President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday said he didn't know if he would go to the next government meeting, since he did not receive any agenda of the respective meeting and he didn't know if the meeting will actually take place.
After the reunion of the Supreme Council for Country Defence (CSAT), the journalists asked the President if he would go to the government meeting on Thursday.
"We will see tomorrow. Do you happen to have the agenda of the government meeting? Cause we didn't receive anything. This question can also be taken as generic. The government doesn't even know what it's doing - this ordinance (announced by FinMin Teodorovici - editor's note) is just another prove. There is no announcement about a meeting or the hour when it's supposed to start or about the agenda to be discussed. And this is why I have to say - let's wait and see. I like to plan things, to have an agenda, so that everyone knows what's happening. It seems like the Government doesn't like it like this. So we will wait for the Government to announce the meeting," said Klaus Iohannis.
When the journalists also asked him if he plans to go to all the government meetings, Iohannis said: "Of course."
He added that the CSAT meeting only approached topics on the agenda.