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March 6, 2021

Romania relations with Jamaica, Tanzania discussed by ambassadors

Romanian State Secretary for Political Analysis and the Liaison with Parliament, Radu Podgorean met on Monday the ambassador of Jamaica Margaret Ann Louise Jobson and Tanzania Philip Sang’ka Marmo, the foreign ministry announced in a release quoted by Agerpres.

The Romanian and Jamaican officials surveyed the phase and prospects of the bilateral political dialogue and economic cooperation as well as the possibilities for cooperation in such areas of a common interest as agriculture, education, information technology and tourism, the ministry added.

“Also tackled were issues relating the collaboration between Romania and the Republic of Jamaica in the multilateral bodies, also with respect to the mutual support of their two countries’ candidacies for positions in the international organisations,” reads the release.

At the meeting with the Tanzanian diplomat, Podgorean assured him of the Romanian authorities’ full support for his moves aimed to boost the cooperation between Romania and the United Republic of Tanzania.

“The two officials praised the positive trend of the development of the bilateral relations and underscored the need to pinpoint new opportunities for cooperation on areas of a mutual interest, with emphasis on the economic dimension. Both sides said the political dialogue should support the development of the cooperation on economy with emphasis on energy, health, education and job training,” the ministry announced.

The two ambassadors are based in Berlin.


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