President of Romania Klaus Iohannis visited on Thursday, May 14, 2015, the Romanian Pavilion at the Milan Universal Exposition 2015, on the occasion of his visit to Milan.
Romanian General Commissioner to Expo 2015, Georgian Ghervasie, presented the concept of the Romanian pavilion, a modern reinterpretation of a traditional Romanian house – built mainly of glass and wood – promoting via interactive video content parts of Romania. The pavilion reflects the concern of Romania for sustainable agriculture and preserving the Romanian traditions, biodiversity, protected areas in Romania, the variety of fruits and vegetables and beautiful landscapes.
Romanian President said he was impressed by Romania’s Pavilion and appreciated the concept which Romania’s participation in Expo 2015 was based upon. “I visited Romania’s Pavilion and I can say I am pleasently impressed. Romania managed this time to present itself very well, with a pavilion that does not impress by size but by design. A concept well integrated, in my opinion, in the exhibition’s theme regarding the earth that nourishes us and exploiting it in a sustainable way. We have in this space many movies, pictures that show how we understand in Romania the sustainability, not only for food but also for culture, in everyday life.This combination between ultramodern presentation on large flat screen and the architecture pleasantly reminiscent of rural architecture in the Delta, is a combination that I like”, said President Klaus Johannis.
The Romanian President expressed the hope that Romania’s Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 will be visited by many people, especially those from the Romanian community in Italy.
President Klaus Johannis also visited at Expo Milano 2015 the pavilions of Italy and Holy See.