Romania’s Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu will be attending, Saturday and Sunday, La Francophonie Ministerial Conference in Paris, where he will be delivering a message on the importance of preserving natural resources for future generations and stimulating responsible economic growth, as well as on Romania’s commitment to new economies as engines of sustainable development.
The theme of the conference is “Blue economy, green economy: new engines for creating wealth, social inclusion, and sustainable development,” according to a press statement released by Romania’s Foreign Ministry (MAE).
“The main message of the head of the Romanian diplomacy, who is attending this session also as deputy chair of the event, conveys the importance of preserving natural resources for future generations and fostering responsible economic growth, as well as Romania’s commitment to new economies as engines of sustainable development. The minister of foreign affairs will also use this opportunity to bring to the attention of his counterparts the results of the Francophone Women Conference on Entrepreneurship, hosted by Bucharest , November 1-2, 2017 under the aegis of the President of Romania in cooperation with the International Organisation of La Francophonie,” says MAE.
On the side-lines of the ministerial conference, the Romanian delegation will continue a political and diplomatic dialogue with other Francophone countries in bilateral meetings to address the development of bilateral relations and multilateral cooperation, especially at the UN level, adds MAE.
This ministerial conference will pave the way for the next Francophonie summit in Yerevan in October 2018, while approving a budget and its distribution as well as recommendations for new members and the establishment of any necessary subsidiary bodies.