Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu will pay a visit to Paris on Monday to meet French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.
According to a release of the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) to Agerpres, the main goal of Aurescu’s visit is the consolidation and diversification of the political and diplomatic dialogue between Romania and France, in order to reconfirm these countries’ commitments within their bilateral Strategic Partnership and its respective Roadmap.
‘The official agenda of the visit includes meetings with Laurent Fabius, the French minister of foreign affairs and international development, with Michaelle Jean, secretary general of the International Organization of La Francophonie, and with the French general commissioner for investments Louis Schweitzer,’ the MAE document mentions.
The topics to be discussed with the French officials include bilateral cooperation, with special stress on the implementation of the provisions of the Strategic Partnership Roadmap and on the amplification of the economic and sector-specific cooperation; also, topics of the European actuality, with an accent on the situation in Ukraine and on the European path of the Republic of Moldova, and other topics of the international agenda, the release adds.
Aurescu will also hold a conference and debate on ‘Security stakes and perspectives in the eastern neighbourhood – Romania’s vision.’