Romania and Antigua & Barbuda agree on establishing diplomatic ties

Romania and Antigua&Barbuda agreed on establishing diplomatic ties following the ceremony held on April 5 at the headquarters of the Permanent Mission of Antigua & Barbuda attached to the United Nations Organizations in New York, when there was signed a joint release on establishment of diplomatic ties at ambassadors level, between the two states.

The document was signed by the permanent representative of Romania to the UN, Ambassador Ion Jinga, and on behalf of Antigua & Barbuda by Ambassador Walton Webson, also a permanent representative to the UN, reads a release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE).

“This is another action adding up to the Romanian diplomacy’s endeavor to strengthen bilateral political relations with the states in the Caribbean and Oceania area, at this point, with Romanian already having diplomatic relations established with all the island states in the Caribbean area,” says the same source.

By signing the agreement on the establishment of diplomatic ties between Romania and Antigua&Barbuda, the number of states with which Romania has diplomatic ties in place has reached 189, out of which 185 are UN member states,” the MAE specifies.

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