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President Iohannis to welcome his Slovenian counterpart, Borut Pahor on Tuesday

President Klaus Iohannis will welcome his Slovenian counterpart, Borut Pahor, on Tuesday, at Cotroceni Presidential Palace, who is on an official visit to Romania, informs a release from the Presidential Administration.

According to the cited source, the visit to Romania of the Slovenian President takes place in the context of celebrating last year 25 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries and the taking over by our country of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

The Presidential Administration shows that the discussions will be focused on developing and deepening the very good bilateral relationship and the cooperation at European level, the ways to intensify the political dialogue between Romania and Slovenia, as well as the economic cooperation, by deepening the contacts between the economic actors in the two countries.

At the same time, the two officials will address topics on the European, regional, international and security agenda. Thus, Klaus Iohannis and Borut Pahor will discuss the priorities of the Romanian Presidency of the EU Council about the process of reflection on the European future, given that the Summit in Sibiu will be a key-moment in defining the Union’s strategic priorities for the future, as well as other topical files.

In the context of regional cooperation, special attention will be paid to the development prospects of the Three Seas Initiative, given that Slovenia assumed at the September 2018 Bucharest Summit of the Initiative, hosted by President Klaus Iohannis, the organization of the next summit, in 2019.

The President of the Republic of Slovenia is paying an official visit to Romania on Monday and Tuesday, at the invitation of President Klaus Iohannis.

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