The second round of talks between representatives of the Government and those of the Presidential Administration on the cohabitation pact was held Monday. Attending the event as representative of the government, the minister of Foreign Affairs, Titus Corlatean (PSD) said that the talks were “constructive,” although not very simple. “We advance towards a – once again – correct functioning at institutional level and the positions are really constructive. It is not very simple, but we try to advance in the right direction,” Corlatean mentioned, quoted by eazi.ro. According to the minister, both sides presented their sets of values and fundamental principles, “starting with our belonging to the European, euroatlantic space, the values of the rule of law, democracy and the strategic partnership with the USA.” The governmental delegation also included the minister of Justice, Robert Cazanciuc, while the Presidency was represented by presidential aides Cristian Diaconescu and Iulian Chifu.