by Catherine Lovatt In 1978, the Romanian Communist leader, Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were invited to Britain to meet the Queen. The groundbreaking move marked Romanian attempts to break away from Soviet dominance. Twenty-two years later the Romanian President, Emil Constantinescu, has been invited to meet the Queen, this time to advance Romanian-British […]

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