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Crown Princess Margarita and Prince Radu
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Romanian royals to visit Israel for first time
Crown Princess and Prince Radu to focus most of their visit in Jerusalem, where they will meet with MKs and Orthodox Patriarch and visit Yad Vashem.

Members of the Romanian royal family will arrive in Israel on Tuesday for a three-day visit, the first such visit since the formation of the State of Israel, the Romanian Embassy in Israel said in a press statemen.


Most of the Romanian royals' visit will focus on Jerusalem, where the Crown Princess and Prince Radu will visit the Knesset, and meet with Deputy Speaker Ruth Calderon, Health Minister Yael German, and other MKs.


Crown Princess Margarita and Prince Radu (Photo: Getty Images)


They will visit the holy sites, including the Western Wall, and are also scheduled to meet with the Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, Theophilos III, and visit the Romanian Patriarchy Representation in the capital.


The Romanian royals are also scheduled to visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, that granted Romanian Queen Mother Helen the title of "righteous among the nations," and lay a wreath at the memorial.


Prince Radu is scheduled to give a lecture on "Democracy & Public Institutions" at The Hebrew University's Mount Scopus Campus on Tuesday evening.


The royals will also visit the Wolfson Medical Center in Holon to promote the Save A Child's Heart project.


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