Prime Minister in Bucharest: We see Romania as a partner we can rely on

Regional cooperation, security, bilateral issues and matters on the current EU agenda were the main topics discussed during the Polish-Romanian intergovernmental consultations, involving the head of the Polish government and the Romanian Prime Minister Viorika Dăncila.


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Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Poland

Regional cooperation, security, bilateral issues and matters on the current EU agenda were the main topics discussed during the Polish-Romanian intergovernmental consultations, involving the head of the Polish government and the Romanian Prime Minister Viorika Dăncila.

Poland and Romania agreed on very far reaching cooperation on fundamental challenges on the European arena, said the Prime Minister after the meeting concluded. We discussed matters related to the climate policy, the budget policy, as well as a joint policy regarding the industry and competitiveness, he added.

Romania is a good partner country for the Polish business, emphasized the head of the Polish government. He pointed out that our country is opening up to investors from Romania because it is our wish for the Central European exchange to be the economic flywheel for the European Union.

The Prime Minister recalled that the Commissioner for Agriculture portfolio granted to Poland is very important because both countries need actions that put the opportunities for our agriculture on par with those afforded to farmers from Western Europe. He also went on to stress that the partnership with the Romanian Commissioner for Transport is very important to us in the context of increasing the security of NATO’s eastern flank.

The schedule of the consultations included the meeting between the Prime Ministers of Poland and Romania, held in parallel with ministerial meetings and plenary sessions of both delegations.

The consultations resulted in the signing of three interministerial agreements, as well as the agreement between the Police Academies in Szczytno and Bucharest.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki also met with the President of Romania Klaus Werner Iohannis. The discussion focused on bilateral and regional cooperation as well as undertaking joint initiatives within the EU and NATO.


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