October - 2005


Presenting views from the Finnish woodland and the country's forestry industry, Antero Inkari, counsellor and charge d'affaires of the Finnish Embassy in Bucharest opened at the Ministry of Culture the photo exhibition 'My forest, full of life'.
With change afoot in politics at home, Peter Simon, president of the German Business Club welcomed local members of the ex-pat German business community to talk shop at their monthly meeting at Mica Elvetie restaurant.
Ten years after its constitution was approved, the Embassy of Kazakhstan and its Charge d'Affaires Bakytzhan Ordabayev organised at the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs a photo exhibition entitled 'Kazakhstan: History and Contemporaneity', a pictorial representation of natural landscapes and industrial and energy development in the region.
Marking the 36th anniversary of the 1 September revolution, Libya's Charge d'Affaires Nassradin Elkweldy played host to diplomatic corps and assembled friends at the Primavera Hall of the Crowne Plaza hotel.
Celebrating the 14th anniversary of its Independence Day, Macedonia's Ambassador Tihomir Ilievski welcomed guests to the terrace of the Diplomatic Club to enjoy the unseasonably warm September evening.
Malaysia celebrated its national day on 31 August in resplendent style, with Charge d'Affaires Jamaluddin Sabeh welcoming guests from the local diplomatic corps and related organisations to the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
The Socialist Republic of Vietnam celebrated its Independence Day at the Diplomatic Club on 31 August with top-level guests and traditional cuisine.