Order of St John of Jerusalem of
Rhodes and of Malta
Yesterday, Ambassador Roberto Musneci met the Attache’ of the Apostolic Nunciature, Mons. Tuomo T. Vimpari
The official statement of the Government of Romania regarding the visit of His Excellency Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu to Rome, on February 14, to the Grand Chancellor of the Sovereign Order of Malta, His Excellency Riccardo Paterno di Montecupo.
Yesterday, The Grand Chancellor of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Riccardo Paternò di Montecupo, received the Prime Minister of Romania, Marcel Ciolacu, at the Magistral Palace.
The Sovereign Order of Malta is one of the oldest institutions of Western and Christian civilisation. A lay religious order of the Catholic Church since 1113 and a subject of international law, the Sovereign Order of Malta has diplomatic relations with over 100 states and the European Union, as well as permanent observer status at the United Nations. The Order is neutral, impartial, and apolitical.
Some personal considerations of the Ambassador Musneci in the aftermath of the conference of the Order’s Ambassadors involving also the Presidents of the National Associations, that took place in Rome from 25th to 27th January.
777 years of history: Romania and The Order of Malta in 2024 - Written by James Michael Wilson - International Organization for Migration www.twitter.com/James_M_Wilson
Last Tuesday 23rd of January, President Klaus Werner Iohannis hosted the traditional beginning of the year reception of the accredited Diplomatic Corp.
It was great to meet the wonderful SAMR operators who were busy preparing Christmas presents for the 15 children they support every day! They definitely put a smile on their face!
HM Margareta, Custodian of the Crown and HRH Prince Radu of Romania, also in the presence of HRH Princess Sofia, hosted the traditional reception of the diplomatic Corp and High dignitaries at the Royal Palace.