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September 18, 2020

ForMin Comanescu meets South American ambassadors accredited to Bucharest

Foreign Affairs Minister Lazar Comanescu had Thursday a working meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions of South American states accredited to Bucharest, an occasion for the sides to underscore the shared wish to strengthen the political dialogue and sectoral cooperation in the context of new world developments.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) informs in a press release that the mission heads from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela participated in the meeting.

“The sides underscored the shared wish to strengthen political dialogue and sectoral cooperation, in the context of new world developments. Thus, they stressed the importance of dialogue, at the level of foreign ministries and other governmental institutions, in terms of parliamentary exchanges, business and academic communities, and on the civil society’s level,” the MAE informs.

In the talks, the MAE adds, the need to give a pragmatic character to bilateral relations was restated, with focus on the development of trade exchanges, concrete projects of economic cooperation, and also cultural actions and inter-university contacts.

“The meeting occasioned a useful exchange of views on concrete ways to deepen the bi-regional EU-South America and the Caribbean dialogue, and on the recent developments in Europe and the Middle East,” reads the quoted release

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