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September 20, 2021

Turkish foreign minister in Bucharest

Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, on a one-day visit to Bucharest Wednesday, delivered a lecture at the annual Romanian diplomats meeting, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) announced. The foreign ministers of Romania and Turkey discussed the stage of bilateral relations, with a focus on political and economic cooperation, Turkey’s accession to the EU and the progress made toward this goal, as well as current topics on the regional and international agenda, mostly the recent  developments in Northern Africa and the Middle East. Teodor Baconschi assured his counterpart of Romania’s continuous pro-active support for Turkey’s course to Europe, with the two dignitaries agreeing “to continue at the fastest pace possible the negotiations on formalising the strategic partnership” between the two countries. On this occasion, the Cooperation Protocol was also signed between the Romanian Diplomatic Institute and the Turkish Diplomatic Academy, the communiqué also reads.

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