PM Viorica Dancila, phone talks with US Vice-President Mike Pence, who might visit Romania in first half of 2019

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Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has had a phone talk with US Vice-President Mike Pence and had invited him to pay a visit to Romania.

The Government informs that “Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has had on February 28, 2019 a phone conversation with US Vice-President Mike Pence. On this occasion, the two officials have expressed satisfaction for the excellent bilateral relations and for the positive developments of the Strategic Partnership between the two states. Premier Viorica Dancila has thanked Vice-President Pence for the US support in view of consolidating the bilateral security dimension, within NATO as well, in the context of current developments in the field of security. The Premier has also stressed the importance to further develop all the fields within the Strategic Partnership, mainly in the economic sector. She has reconfirmed the importance the Romanian Government pays to consolidating the trans-Atlantic relation, a constant objective for our country.  The talks have also approached current issued on the international agenda. In view of deepening the bilateral relation and the political dialogue, the Prime Minister of Romania has invited the US Vice-President to pay a visit to our country.”

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In turn, the US Vice-President has conveyed appreciation for Romania’s commitment to develop the relations with the US, with stress on the significant contribution of our country in bilateral and multilateral issues.

The high ranking US official has stressed the importance the US Administration pays to the objectives of the Strategic Partnership between the two states. He has also conveyed appreciation for the way the Romanian Government manages the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the release reads.

 

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