US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca are visiting, on Tuesday morning, the traveling exhibition "We the People: 25 years of Strategic Partnership", a thematic photographic essay that explores the diplomatic, security, economic and cultural relations between the Romanian and the American people.
The traveling photo exhibition is organized by the Embassy of the United States of America in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and AGERPRES National News Agency and in collaboration with the University of Craiova.
AGERPRES National News Agency contributed to the exhibition with a number of 20 photos from the photo stream and from the photo archive. The Diplomatic Archives Unit within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs also contributed 13 photos.
The exhibition focuses on the theme "Noi, Poporul"/"We the People" which is the famous Preamble to the United States Constitution and the embodiment of human ties that form bridges of understanding and cooperation between peoples. Diplomacy and successful bilateral friendship are based on these ties and the common values they encompass, states the US Embassy in Bucharest.
"We the People: 25 years of Strategic Partnership" is an exhibition that extensively captures the interactions between the two peoples, since the beginning of the Strategic Partnership in 1997.
The 150 photographs displayed in this exhibition create a personal framework for the Strategic Partnership, from the past and present, and offer the opportunity to experience the friendship and collaboration between the two peoples in a new way.
Until now, the traveling photo exhibition has been presented in Craiova (August 17 - September 19) and Timisoara (September 27 - October 24).
From October 26 to November 30, it is open in Bucharest.
Next, it will "travel" to Sibiu (8 December 2022 - 10 January 2023), to Cluj-Napoca (11 January - 7 February 2023), to Iasi (8 February - 7 March 2023) and to Constanta (9 March - April 6, 2023).