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PM Dancila and Ambassador of India to Romania, Thanglura Darlong discuss bilateral economic collaboration

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Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Tuesday welcomed the Ambassador of India to Romania, Thanglura Darlong, at the gov't seat, emphasising the priority given by the Romanian government to the expansion of the Romanian-Indian bilateral economic collaboration, a gov't release reads.

During talks, the Romanian head of the Executive highlighted the opportunities to boosting the political dialogue, at high level included, between Romania and India.

"Considering that in 2018 the two states celebrate 70 years of diplomatic relations and 5 years since inking the Enlarged Partnership, on this occasion the sides tackled ways to mark the two anniversary events in both countries," the release says.

Premier Dancila also stressed the priority granted by the Romanian gov't to broadening the Romanian-Indian bilateral economic collaboration at investment and trade level. She added that India is one of the important Asian investors in Romania, yet the bilateral economic potential could be better capitalised on in the future, the source adds.

In this respect, the special importance of the Romanian-Indian governmental Joint Committee of economic, technical and scientific cooperation was highlighted, and also the need to boost the direct contacts among the business milieus of the two countries, with the support of the commerce and industry chambers, included, and by organising economic missions and participation in international thematic fairs and exhibitions, in both countries. The two high officials have also referred to concrete ways aimed at promoting cooperation in education and culture, tourism, by strengthening the legal framework in the field, included, the said release informs.

The two dignitaries have also tackled aspects of the cooperation within the international bodies, as well as of the EU-India relationship, from the perspective of Romania taking over, as of 1 January 2019, the half-year Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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