ForMin Comanescu to participate in Romania-Turkey-Poland trilateral meeting in Ankara

The Foreign Affairs Minister, Lazar Comanescu will participate on Thursday in a new round of talks within the Turkey – Romania – Poland Trilateral that is to take place in Ankara, at the level of foreign affairs ministers.

According to a release by the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) sent on Wednesday to Agerpres, talks will give the opportunity of an exchange of opinions on the security developments in the region and at global level, with an emphasis on the situation in east and south of the NATO.

“Starting from the fruitful results adopted at the Warsaw Summit at the beginning of July, the measures to be taken will be analysed with a view to fully accomplish, in accordance with the deadlines agreed on, the decisions endorsed at the highest level. Special attention will be granted to the specific role that goes to Romania, Turkey and Poland in this process,” says the release.

According to the source, the visit to Ankara will represent “an opportunity to reiterate Romania’s support for Turkey and its legitimate authorities, also by highlighting the bilateral Strategic Partnership and the importance of this state in the region as a major ally within NATO and key-partner of the EU.”


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