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FinMin Nazare discussed with this French counterpart Bruno Le Maire on Romania’s accessing the OECD


The minister of Finances, Alexandru Nazare has discussed on Friday in a tele-conference with his French counterpart Bruno Le Maire about the perspectives of European economy in 2021, the stage of PNRR implementation and Romania’s perspective to access the organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), a press release of the Ministry of Finances says.


According to the quoted source, the French counterpart stated his support for Romania’s accession to OECDand for a permanent channel for dialogue with the Romanian ministry of finances with a view to establishing the working stages. ‘ Count on my total support for accession to OECDuntil the successful finalisation of Romania’s action’  the French minister said.


The two dignitaries also shared opinions regarding the necessity of implementation of the European Mechanism for Recovery and Resilience.


‘In the process for accession to OCDE, Romania made important progress and we count on the support of France. Any delay in the implementation of the Mechanism for Recovery and Resilience (MRR) would be problematic for the whole Union. We share the preoccupation of France for the acceleration of MRR implementation, so that access to financing be easier and take place at the right moment for the support of the relaunching of European economies. The Romanian government took concrete  steps for the finalisation of PNRR in the shortest of periods’ Alexandru Nazare said,quoted the press release.


The French minister of finances Bruno Le Maire accepted the invitation of the Romanian counterpart for a working visit in Bucharest, as soon as the relaxation of the restrictions for travel due to the Covid-19 pandemics allows it.


According to the quoted source, the discussion between the two ministers of  finances is part of a series of dialogues initiated by Alexandru Nazare with his counterparts from the member states and the representatives of the European Commission.