Central European Morning Report: "Strengthening Bilateral Relations Through Diplomatic Engagements in Europe and the Middle East"

Central European Morning Report: "Strengthening Bilateral Relations Through Diplomatic Engagements in Europe and the Middle East"


Romania and United Arab Emirates Hold Third Session of Joint Cooperation Committee in Bucharest:

The third session of the Joint Cooperation Committee between the Romanian Government and the United Arab Emirates Government will take place on Friday at the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest. The event will be attended by Romanian Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu and Foreign Minister Luminița Odobescu.

During the session, a Memorandum of Understanding will be signed between the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Federation of Chambers of Commerce of the United Arab Emirates. This agreement aims to strengthen bilateral trade and economic relations between the two countries.

The first session of this joint committee took place in April 2018, when the UAE Minister of State for Economic and Commercial Affairs visited Bucharest. The third session marks a continued commitment to collaboration and cooperation between Romania and the UAE.

Greece and Turkey Strengthen Ties with 6th Round of Positive Agenda Talks in Istanbul:

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for Economic Diplomacy and Openness, Kostas Fragogiannis, is visiting Istanbul to participate in the 6th Round of Greece-Turkey Talks within the Positive Agenda Framework. The talks focus on strengthening bilateral relations and promoting cooperation in various fields.

Mr. Fragogiannis will meet with Turkish Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Burak Akçapar to discuss Positive Agenda issues. The session will focus on 34 topics, including the establishment of the Greek-Turkish Business Council and the development of initiatives in technology and innovation to bring the youth of the two countries closer together.

In the evening, Mr. Fragogiannis and members of the Greek delegation will attend a performance of William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" at the Atatürk Cultural Center. This artistic event serves as a bridge between Greece and Turkey, as Greek and Turkish artists collaborate to strengthen cultural ties between the two nations.


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