DIPLOMACY

ForMin Melescanu welcomes outgoing Mexican ambassador Trejo Nava

Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Melescanu on Tuesday welcomed Mexico’s ambassador José Arturo Trejo Nava on a farewell visit.

According to a press statement released by the Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE), the head of the Romanian diplomacy thanked the Mexican ambassador for the dynamism brought about in the Romanian-Mexican relations, especially regarding the economic and cultural fields.

“The two officials discussed the latest developments in and future prospects for the bilateral relations, as well as setting up a timetable for next actions. Both sides highlighted their interest in boosting the bilateral relations, including through high-level contacts and identifying new opportunities for sectoral cooperation.”

At the same time, the meeting addressed cooperation between the two countries within international organisations, as well as current regional and international affairs.

Melescanu extended condolences to the outgoing ambassador of Mexico over the recent earthquakes that have resulted in numerous victims and material damage.

In his turn, the Mexican ambassador thanked for support in fulfilling his mission in Romania, as well as for the solidarity messages received from Romanian officials in the aftermath of the natural catastrophes that have affected Mexico.

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