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MAE hails Switzerland’s decision to lift labour market restrictions for Romanian citizens

The secretary of state for Global Affairs, Daniela Gitman, who received on Tuesday the Swiss ambassador to Romania, Urs Herren in a visit to presenting his letters of credence, hailed the decision made by this state to lift the labour market restrictions for Romanian citizens starting with 1 June 2016.

According to a release by the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) sent to Agerpres, the two officials tackled the stage and perspectives of the Romanian-Swiss bilateral relationship, stressing satisfaction for the quality of the political dialogue and the will to boost it in the future.

“Evoked was the interest for the strengthening cooperation in the economic, sectoral fields and at the level of the local collectivities, the parties agreeing to give a plus of attention to the high-end technologies, starting from the success recorded by the Romanian inventors awarded at the Geneva Inventions Salon. The two officials also expressed satisfaction for the successful cooperation in implementing the projects unfolded in Romania with Swiss financial support, in the environment protection, infrastructure, security, and human and social development sectors,” the source adds.

As the MAE release says, Daniela Gitman expressed hope that as regards the immigration’s limiting through quotas a joint solution will be identified, to be applied to all EU member states, that would not allow discriminations among their citizens. The secretary of state also emphasized the constructive role the Romanian community has in the development of the Swiss economy, as being a well-integrated community in this country’s society.

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