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Premier Florin Citu met his Ukrainian counterpart Denys Shmyhal în Kiev

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Premier Florin Citu had on Monday, on the margin of the Summit of the International Platform Krimea a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Denys Shmyhal where the two discussed about the advancement of bilateral cooperation, including through organisation this year of a new session of the mixed intergovernmental commission regarding  economic, industrial and technical scientific cooperation, sent the executive.

 

 ‘At the same time, the two premiers expressed their desire to boost sectorial cooperation, with priority in the domain of transport and infrastructure and to open the common border check points. In this context, premier Florin Citu expressed Romania’s desire to have the rights of the people belonging to the Romanian minority respected’ shows a press release of the government.

 

During this meeting, Citu reiterated Romania's readiness to advance bilateral cooperation and voiced Romania's desire to ensure respect for the rights of persons belonging to the Romanian minority.

 

The Romanian premier took part, on Monday in Kiev to the Summit for the launching of the international platform Krimea, initiative of Ukraine meant to consolidate the policy of non-acknowledgement of the illegal annexation of Krimea. The delegation was also made up of the minister of foreign affairs, Bogdan Aurescu.

 

The Crimea International Platform is a recent initiative by Ukraine aimed at strengthening the policy of non-recognition of the illegal annexation of the Crimean Peninsula and, ultimately, facilitating the return of Crimea to Ukraine.

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