Romanian president Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis went on a safari during a day off in their African tour.
The Kenyan Department of Natural Reserves published images of the safari as the pair visited Nairobi National Park accompanied by the Kenyan Minister for Nature Protection, Alfred Nganga Mutua.
The Kenyan minister asked Iohannis to encourage Romanians to visit Kenya.
“The president and his entourage went on a safari to savor the beauty and splendor of the world’s only national park in a capital city. I urged the president to encourage more Romanians and Europeans, in general, to visit Kenya,” Mutua wrote on Facebook.
Climate change and environmental protection are central themes of Iohannis’ Nov. 14-Nov. 23 tour of African countries.
The president is currently in Tanzania as part of the tour and will next visit Senegal and Cape Verde.
It is the first visit by a Romanian head of state to Africa in 30 years with the aim of relaunching relations with African nations.
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