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PM Petkov pays visit to Bucharest. Romania, Bulgaria sign the Giurgiu-Ruse PTF agreement

Romania’s Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca on Friday welcomed his Bulgarian counterpart Kiril Petkov at the Government House in Bucharest.

The two prime ministers had  private and public talks, with the participation of European Commissioner for Transport Adina Valean, who also attended the signing ceremony of an agreement between the national governments of Romania and Bulgaria on opening a ferryboat check point on the Romanian – Bulgarian state border.

Petkov was also welcomed by Romania’s President Klaus Iohannis at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace.

In addition, Romania’s Defence Minister Vasile Dincu had scheduled a meeting with   his Bulgarian counterpart Dragomir Zakov, who accompanies Petkov on his Romanian tour, at the Defence Ministry.


PM Ciuca: Agreement with Bulgaria signed in Bucharest to allow opening of new border crossing point in Giurgiu-Ruse


The agreement with Bulgaria in the field of transport signed on Friday will allow the opening of a new border crossing point in southern Giurgiu-Ruse, Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca said.

At the Victoria Palace of Government, Prime Minister Ciuca received Bulgarian counterpart Kiril Petkov, saying it was a “good opportunity” to resume dialogue on a number of topics of interest.

“An important point of the discussion is our collaboration in the field of transport, which benefited from the contribution of the European Commissioner for Transport, Adina Valean. We materialize this cooperation through the results that benefit our citizens. The agreement signed today in Bucharest in the field of transport will allow the opening of a new border crossing point of the Romanian-Bulgarian border in Giurgiu-Ruse,” Nicolae Ciuca wrote on Facebook.

“It is a joy to witness the signing of the Giurgiu-Ruse PTF agreement with my counterpart and my friend, the Prime Minister, Kiril Petkov, and to discuss our bilateral cooperation in various fields, including transport, energy and the situation in Ukraine,” Prime Minister Ciuca said on Twitter.


Photo: www.gov.ro

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