Ciolacu, discussions regarding the last details for granting dual citizenship to Romanians in Spain

Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu discussed the last details for granting double citizenship to Romanians in Spain with Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez during the works of the PES Congress in Rome.

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“Today I had a meeting with the president of the Spanish Council of Ministers, Pedro Sanchez, in which we discussed the common projects that Spain and Romania have. I took the opportunity to thank the Spanish Prime Minister for the support offered by the Spanish Presidency to the EU Council with a view to Romania's accession to the Schengen area by air and sea at the end of March”, wrote the Prime Minister of Romania on Facebook.

The Head of the Romanian Government also announced: “at the same time, we established together the last details regarding the granting of dual citizenship for Romanians living in Spain. Soon this desire of the Romanians in Spain will become a reality as a result of the efforts made by the two social democratic parties in Spain and Romania”.

PES chooses its candidate for the presidency of the European Commission

Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu, PSD leader, is participating on Friday and Saturday in the Congress of the Party of European Socialists (PES), which is taking place in Rome, in the context of the elections for the European Parliament in June 2024.

During the congress, the joint electoral program of the social democrats for the European Parliament will be adopted and the joint candidate of the PES for the presidency of the European Commission will be appointed.

On the occasion of the meeting of social democratic leaders from the European Union, Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu will have a series of high-level meetings with the Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, the Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, the Prime Minister of Denmark, Mette Frederiksen, the President of PES, Stefan Lofven, the joint candidate of PES for the presidency of the European Commission, Nicolas Schmit, as well as with other social democratic leaders in Europe, informed the Social Democratic Party, in a press release, quoted by Agerpres.