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Pursuant to the provisions of Law No.

 

312/2004 on the Statute of the National Bank

 

of Romania, as of 30 September 2019, the

 

National Bank of Romania will put into

 

circulation, for numismatic purposes, a silver

 

coin dedicated to 100 years of Romanian

 

academic higher education in Cluj.


The coin has the following characteristics:










Obverse

: the building and name of Babes-

Bolyai University in Cluj, the inscription

 

“ROMANIA”, the face value “10 LEI”, the coat

 

of arms of Romania and the year of issue

 

“2019”.

Reverse:the Aula Magna of Babes-Bolyai

 

University, an open book featuring the

 

inscription “TRADITIO NOSTRA UNACUM

 

EUROPAE VIRTUTIBUS SPLENDET”, the

 

circular inscription “100 DE ANI DE

 

UNIVERSITATE ROMANEASCA LA CLUJ” and

 

the years  “1919-2019”.


The silver coins are individually housed in

 

transparent plastic capsules and are

 

accompanied by leaflets featuring a

 

presentation of the numismatic issue in

 

Romanian, English and French. Each leaflet

 

comes with a certificate of authenticity

 

bearing the signatures of the Governor and

 

the Chief Cashier of the National Bank of

 

Romania.


The mintage of this issue is 300 silver coins.

The selling price is lei 385.00, VAT excluded,

 

per silver coin, including the leaflet.


The silver coins dedicated to 100 years of

 

Romanian academic higher education in Cluj

 

are legal tender on the territory of Romania.


The silver coins will be put into circulation,

 

for numismatic purposes, through the

 

regional branches of the National Bank of

 

Romania in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca,

 

Constanta, Craiova, Iasi and Timisoara.

Silver coin dedicated
to 100 years
of Romanian Academic higher education in Cluj

On September 10, at the 23rd General Assembly

 

of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), held

 

in St. Petersburg, Mrs. prof. univ. dr. Gabriela Tigu,

 

the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and

 

vicepresident of FIJET Romania, was elected a

 

member of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics

 

(WCTE), for a four-year mandate, a premiere for

 

Romania in this forum.

 


The selection, which lasted 4 months, was made

 

by a number of 29 candidates from different

 

countries of the world.


The World Committee for Ethics in Tourism consist

 

of 8 members and a president, coming from all

 

geographical regions of the world. Established in

 

2003, the World Committee on Tourism Ethics is

 

the impartial body responsible for interpreting,

 

applying and evaluating the provisions of the

 

UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism  among

 

world countries.

Prof Univ Dr Gabriela Tigu - member of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics (WCTE)