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September 17, 2021
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Romania plans to become China’s open door to Europe

Romania plant to become China’s open door to Europe, not only through the Constanta Port (eastern Romania, on the Black Sea shore), but also through the development of such investment projects to prove the high technological level reached by the Chinese economy in the past years, Secretary of State for political analysis and the relation with the Parliament Radu Podgorean stated during a visit he paid to the People’s Republic of China, over April 7-9, Agerpres informs. The Minister of Foreign Affairs (MAE) informed Podgorean that he made all these statements at his meeting with Wang Chao, Deputy Foreign Minister of the People’s Republic of China, responsible for the relation with Europe. ‘I highlighted the sustained political and diplomatic dialogue between the two countries, in the context of the new level reached by the Partnership between Romania and the People’s Republic of China and of the 65th anniversary since the establishment of diplomatic ties,’ showed the abovementioned release. Podgorean also mentioned that the Romanian side wants to capitalize in a sustained and pragmatic manner this anniversary moment, the same as the ‘fruitful’ dialogue between the Romanian and the Chinese Prime Minister held in 2013. The Romanian Secretary of State also said that Romania works towards the strengthening of the relations between EU and China.

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