On January 27, 2022, Turkmen-Romanian inter-MFA consultations were held in the format of a videoconferencing.
The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan Vepa Hadzhiev headed the Turkmen side. The State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania, Danut Sebastian Neculaescu, headed the Romanian delegation.
During the talks, the parties reaffirmed the commitment of the two countries to the development of Turkmen-Romanian relations in the political, trade-economic, cultural and humanitarian fields. The importance of regular contacts at the highest level, as well as interaction between the foreign ministries of the two countries in promoting bilateral ties was emphasized.
Within the framework of constructive consultations, a wide range of issues in the political and diplomatic sphere was discussed. Thus, July 21, 2022 marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In this regard, it is proposed to hold a number of events, such as the exchange of messages at the highest level and at the level of foreign ministers, the organization of interviews and materials on bilateral cooperation, online lectures, round tables, conferences, etc.
Issues of partnership in the trade and economic sphere were also discussed, including holding a regular meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission on Economic and Scientific-Technical Cooperation.
The priority topics of the current discussions were the need to intensify bilateral trade turnover, as well as expanding the legal framework for partnership.
The interest of the parties in promoting cooperation in the field of education was also expressed.
The Georgian and Romanian Foreign Ministers have signed the 2021-2022 action plan for the Ministries of Foreign Affairs
The Georgian Foreign Minister, David Zalkaliani, and his Romanian counterpart, Bogdan Aurescu, signed the 2021-2022 action plan for the Ministries of Foreign Affairs. The ceremony took place in Bucharest within the framework of the meeting of the two Ministers.
During the meeting David Zalkaliani expressed gratitude towards his colleague for inviting Georgia and Ukraine to the trilateral meeting between Romania-Poland-Turkey, which came as another clear demonstration of staunch support for Georgia on behalf of Romania.
The ministers underscored the close friendship between Georgia and Romania, as well as close partnership in the Black Sea region, along with the staunch support of Romania for Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations, its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Press Service of the MFA Administration
The Ministry of Finances and Economy of Turkmenistan hosted online meeting of the heads of the Ministry with Minister of Economy, Energy and Business Environment of Romania V. Popesku.
The sides have discussed in details number of current issues of the agenda of bilateral cooperation. Special attention has been paid to cooperation in prevention and combating of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as implementation of joint activities for recovery of economic impact.
The Ministers has noted the importance of Intergovernmental Turkmen – Russian Commission for economic, scientific and technical cooperation and discussed the opportunity to hold the next session of the Commission.
Priority spheres of interstate dialog including in energy, transport, agriculture, light industry, education and high technologies have been reviewed at the meeting.
The state news agency of Turkmenistan