Turkmenistan and Romania discuss a draft agreement on the transit and transport corridor “Caspian Sea – Black Sea”

The preparation of a draft intergovernmental agreement on the creation and implementation of the Caspian Sea - Black Sea international transit transport corridor was discussed during the inter-ministerial consultations between Turkmenistan and Romania held in a video conference format, the website of the Foreign Ministry of Turkmenistan reports.

The Turkmen side was headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Vepa Hadzhiev, the Romanian delegation - State Secretary of the Romanian Foreign Ministry Danuts Neculaescu.

Speaking about the initiative of the President of Turkmenistan to ensure uninterrupted international transport in emergency situations, the parties emphasized the constructive role of Turkmenistan in overcoming the effects of the pandemic in the region and in the world.

The parties noted the importance of the Turkmen-Romanian Intergovernmental Commission on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation, and also stressed the need to organize online meetings between representatives of the public and private sectors.

The parties confirmed the commitment of the two countries to the development of Turkmen-Romanian relations in the political, trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian fields. The importance of regular contacts at the highest level, as well as the interaction between the foreign affairs agencies of the two countries in promoting bilateral ties was emphasized.

The parties also discussed constructive cooperation within the framework of international organizations, in particular the UN, EU and OSCE.

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