Pakistan, Romania to strengthen bilateral cooperation

BUCHAREST, Romania: Pakistan and Romania have agreed on the need for strengthening bilateral cooperation in trade, investment, defence production and science and technology and people to people contact.

In meeting between the Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain and the Romanian Foreign Minister Lazar Comanescu at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bucharest, they discussed various issues of mutual interest and expressed satisfaction over the positive trajectory of relations between Pakistan and Romania.

They stressed that both countries should benefit from each other’s expertise in various fields especially in the fields of oil and gas and defence production.

The minister for defence Production emphasized the importance Pakistan attaches to its friendly relations with Romania and underlined the need to hold regular high level exchanges.

In his remarks, the foreign minister of Romania appreciated Pakistan’s efforts as a front-line state in the war against terrorism. He also underscored the importance of signing bilateral agreement between the two Foreign Ministries by the end of 2016.

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