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Romania, Czech Republic sign agreement on war graves

Romania’s Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean and his Czech counterpart Lubomir Zaoralek signed on Monday in Bucharest an agreement between Romania and the Czech Republic on war graves. “This agreement is a juridical instrument that will facilitate the two countries’ efforts to treat with due respect the memory of Romanian and Czech heroes and also to take care, on a reciprocal basis, of their war graves,’ Corlatean told a joint press conference with Zaoralek. “The agreement on war graves is a form of respect for those who fell for the liberation of the two countries.It is  symbolic, but it nevertheless shows that we have a past that we have to respect,’ said Zaoralek. The two ministers also discussed the bilateral relationship between the two countries as well as topics on the European and world agenda. On the economic dimension of the bilateral relationship they noted with certain satisfaction that the commercial exchanges and investment have followed a constantly rising trend.

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