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April 20, 2021

Romania and Poland to sign Strategic Partnership in autumn

PM Emil Boc had on Thursday, in Krakow, a meeting with his Polish counterpart, Donald Tusk, on which occasion they decided to sign a Romanian-Polish Strategic Partnership in Bucharest this autumn, Agerpres reports. The discussions of the two premiers took place by the sidelines of the festivities which marked 20 years since the fall of communism. The Romanian-Polish Strategic Partnership will lay the foundations for several joint projects in internal affairs and administration, defence, culture and education, industry and energy, transport, trade, environment and regional cooperation. The two premiers discussed about an international tourism development project in the Carpathians, called Via Carpatica, to which Romania intends to participate, and also about the construction of a rail corridor on Gdansk-Constanta route. Another issue that was approached during the bilateral meeting was the situation from Chisinau, PM Emil Boc stressing that the future of the Republic of Moldova is within the European Union, guarantor of democracy and prosperity. (A. G.)

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