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  • 3 March 2017

    “Our very good bilateral relations are underpinned by concurrent positions on security challenges and dynamic economic cooperation,” said Deputy Minister Jan Dziedziczak during a meeting with the President of Romania’s Senate Călin Popescu Tăriceanu.

    Deputy Minister Jan Dziedziczak and Senate President Călin Popescu Tăriceanu discussed bilateral relations and Romania’s cooperation with the Visegrad Group. The talks in Warsaw also focused on current European topics, such as Brexit and the future of the EU. “The 60th anniversary of the EU’s Founding Treaties, to be celebrated in Rome, will provide an apt opportunity to discuss the revival of European integration. Poland is ready for a debate about ambitious reforms,” stressed the deputy head of the MFA.

     

     

    The meeting also discussed Polish-Romanian cooperation within NATO. “Romania is one of our strategic security partners. We welcome common efforts to strengthen the eastern flank. Our initiative to bring together all countries of the region resulted in creating a stable and active format, the Bucharest Nine,” added the deputy foreign minister.

     

    Călin Popescu Tăriceanu’s visit to our country is proof of very intense cooperation in the Strategic Partnership framework between Poland and Romania.

     

    MFA Press Office

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