ForMin Melescanu meets Ambassador Vidis: Romania, Croatia – joint interest in galvanising bilateral dialogue

Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu met Croatian Ambassador Davor Vidis on Thursday, in a courtesy call.

According to a Foreign Ministry (MAE) release, the two officials reviewed the whole spectrum of bilateral cooperation and the outlook on the development of Romanian-Croatian relations, the joint interest in galvanising dialogue at the level of foreign ministers in 2017 being emphasised, including against the backdrop of 25 years since diplomatic relations between Romania and Croatia were established.

The Romanian Foreign Minister and the Croatian ambassador emphasised the importance of national minorities in Romania and Croatia, representing a bridge between the two countries.

“Likewise, topics of interest on the European agenda were tackled, the desire for close cooperation between Romania and Croatia being expressed from the standpoint of the two states holding the presidencies of the EU Council (2019-2020) for the first time,” the press release adds.

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