On February 15, Romania’s first diplomat, Titu Maiorescu, is celebrated


Historians say about Titu Maiorescu that he was a man of records. At the age of 23 Maiorescu became rector of the University of Iaşi and four years later he became a member of the Romanian Academy.

In 1913 Maiorescu organized the peace conference, from the end of the Second Balkan War.

Filip Iorga – historian: We were able to bring to Bucharest the negotiators of the powers that had fought with each other and to obtain advantages for Romania, here we are thinking of Quadrilater. I think it was a great success in diplomatic positions. He was not a pro-German to cooperate with the occupation regime, and that seems to me a personal diplomatic success.

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