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March 23, 2023

Corlatean meets Indian FM in New Delhi

Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean had a meeting on Sunday with the Foreign Affairs Minister of the Republic of India, Salman Khurshid, on the sidelines of the 11th ASEM Foreign Ministers Meeting, which takes place these days in New Delhi.  According to a MAE communiqué, the two ministers underscored the excellent level of the Romanian-Indian political and diplomatic relations, mirrored by the Joint Declaration on Enhanced Partnership between Romania and India, signed during Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean’s official visit to India in March 2013. In the context of the December 2013 anniversary of 65 years of bilateral diplomatic relations, Minister Corlatean invited his Indian counterpart to undertake a visit to Bucharest. The two officials set forth the shared wish to conduct a sustained and substantive political dialogue and to deepen the economic cooperation both by increasing the bilateral trade and by attracting more mutual investment.
The theme of this year’s meeting is “ASEM: Bridge to Partnership for Growth and Development.” The agenda of the talks covers a range of topics including economic opportunities and challenges in Europe and Asia, unconventional security challenges such as fighting terrorism, cyber security, food, energy and water security etc.

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