DIPLOMACY

ForMin Melescanu, Indonesia’s Ambassador Muhammad Amhar Azeth agree to speed up the bilateral economic relations

Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu and the Indonesian Ambassador to Romania, Muhammad Amhar Azeth, have agreed on Wednesday to speed up the bilateral economic relations, in order to diversify them, a release by the relevant ministry (MAE) informs.

The Indonesian ambassador was welcomed by the Romanian chief diplomat to receive the former’s letters of credence.

The meeting was an opportunity for the two dignitaries to review the main current aspects of the bilateral agenda, stressing the joint interest to enhance and diversify the economic ties, as well as the defence co-operation and the fight against the organised crime.

Teodor Melescanu said that in the context of the European Union – ASEAN relations and in the perspective of Romania’s taking over the Presidency of the Council of the EU in the first half of 2019, Romania will continue to support the deepening of the EU-Indonesia dialogue,” says the MAE release.

Moreover, the meeting was an opportunity for an exchange of views regarding the outlook of deepening the Romanian-Indonesian multilateral co-operation.

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