ForMin Melescanu, Spanish ambassador Bachiller agree upon first joint reunion of Spanish, Romanian governments

A first joint reunion of the governments of Spain and Romania that would boost political, diplomatic and sectoral dialogue was agreed upon on Friday evening during a meeting between the Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister, Teodor Melescanu and the Spanish ambassador to Romania, Ramiro Fernandez Bachiller, a release by the relevant ministry (MAE) informs.

The two officials have hailed and praised the excellent stage of the bilateral relationship, mounted to strategic partnership starting with 2013.

Teodor Melescanu thanked on behalf of Romania’s Government for the support granted by the Spanish authorities to the integration of the Romanian community in Spain, added to a consistent aid to moving on over the economic crisis in Spain’s last years.

According to the MAE, the two have stressed the importance to give a further impetus to the bilateral economic relations that have recorded almost four billion EUR in commercial exchanges in 2016. The Romanian chief diplomat appreciated the Spanish investment presence in Romania.

The two dignitaries have set to maintain an enhanced dialogue to continuing bilateral ties’ development, to coordinate and capitalise the two countries’ joint interests at European, international level,” the release adds.

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