European commissioner Günther H. Oettinger to visit Romania during November 2-3

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The European commissioner for economy and digital society, Günther H. Oettinger, will make an official visit in Romania during November 2-3. During the visit, Oettinger will meet with Delia Popescu, the minister of Communications and for Informational Society, and will attend a work dinner with the representatives of the Romanian Government. Oettinger will hold speeches […]

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