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August 1, 2021

PM Dancila welcomes Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Minister; strengthening cooperation in several sectors underscored

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Monday had a meeting at the Victoria Palace with Linas Linkevicius, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, in which context the head of the Romanian Executive mentioned a series of areas in which “sectoral cooperation could be strengthened, among which IT, energy, chemical industry, food industry, agriculture and infrastructure.”

According to a press release of the Executive, the visit of the Lithuanian official took place in the context in which Romania and the Republic of Lithuania celebrate this year their Centenary.

“During the talks, they brought to mind the importance of the 1918 moments for Romania and the Republic of Lithuania. Both dignitaries hailed the very good level of bilateral relations, based on similar historical developments, which was strengthened through constant dialogue. The exchange of opinions also highlighted the importance of strengthening economic exchanges, in which context they discussed about modalities to support businessmen of the two countries,” specified the abovementioned source.

At the same time, the exchange of views on the EU agenda showed the common interest of the two states in strengthening the European project, as well as the importance that both countries give to supporting European aspirations of the Eastern Partnership states.

Also addressed was the topic of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, to be ensured by our country, as a first, in the first semester of next year, reads the release.

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