Permanent Representation of Romania to the EU

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Lobby meetings

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      Dear Ms Cann,   Thank you for your mail from 23 May 2019 on the issue of the meetings of employees of the Romanian Permanent Represent...
List of meetings
Follow up sent to Permanent Representation of Romania to the EU by Luisa Izuzquiza on .

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Thank you! I hereby confirm receipt of the document. Yours sincerely, Luisa Izuzquiza

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