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July 23, 2021

Romania, Jordan: 50 years of diplomatic relations

The Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) hails the 50th anniversary since the establishment of diplomatic relations with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and highlights that the Romanian-Jordanian economic relations, with a constant increasing trend over the recent years, represent an important factor for making the overall bilateral cooperation more dynamic, informs a press release remitted to Agerpres on Thursday.

According to MAE, a ceremony marking the event was organised on this occasion at the institution headquarters, with short speeches made by Secretary of State for Global Affairs Carmen Liliana Burlacu and Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ambassador in Bucharest Saker Malkawi.

“The traditional friendship relations between the two peoples, the consistent political dialogue carried out over the years on a bilateral and multilateral level, as well as the convergence of interests and the common values at the grounds of the action on an international level of the two countries were evoked. The common desire to strengthen the political dialogue on all levels, for a better coordination on an international level, given the interest of the two countries to contribute to the consolidation of peace and stability on a regional and global level, was reiterated,” the cited source adds.

Moreover, during the event, a special emphasis was placed on “the inter-human dialogue and the constant interest” of the two countries in the diversification of the cultural-educational cooperation.

“The high number of Jordanian graduates from the universities of Romania, who activate at the highest levels of the political and economic life of Jordan, as well as the existence of many mixed Romanian-Jordanian families, significantly contribute to maintain the special nature of the bilateral relation between Romania and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,” MAE concludes.


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