Shinzo Abe had to go to a Museum in Romania due to the change of the Prime Minister

Shinzo Abe (photo Global Images)

The Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe had to go to a Museum during a visit to Romania, as his meeting with his Romanian counterpart Mihai Tudose was cancelled due to the unexpected resignation of the latter. It is reported by The Associated Press.

To while away a few hours before meeting with President of Romania Klaus Iohannis, Abe made an unplanned visit to the Museum under the open sky, where you can see a traditional house of the Romanian peasants.

In Romania apologized to Abe for his visit to the country at the end of the European tour did not meet the Protocol and diplomacy.

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