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September 27, 2022

ForMin Teodor Melescanu welcomes UK’s Ambassador Paul Brummell on a farewell visit: Bilateral positive developments recorded in the Strategic Partnership context on the agenda of talks

Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu welcomed on Friday the Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Paul Brummell, on a farewell visit, as his term in Bucharest is coming to an end, with the two interlocutors voicing contentment at the positive bilateral developments recorded in the Strategic partnership context from a political, economic and security perspective, a press release of the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) informs.

Both parties appreciated the intensification and steady growth of commercial exchanges in the last four years, 2017 representing a record year from this perspective. Moreover, the need to diversify economic cooperation and increase the volume of mutual investments have been underscored, the quoted source shows.

In the Brexit context, Minister Teodor Melescanu referred to the need to pursue cooperation with the British side with regard to the observance of the rights of the Romanian citizens who live, work or study in the United Kingdom.

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