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PM Tudose and his Bulgarian counterpart, Boiko Borisov, agreed a joint meeting in Varna this fall

The Romanian Prime Minister, Mihai Tudose and his Bulgarian counterpart, Boiko Borisov have agreed on Monday evening in a telephone call that the two governments will have a joint meeting in Varna this fall, to set up the details to fathering a trilateral of Romania, Bulgaria and Greece, the agenda of which will include the tourism's boosting in the region, a release by the Romanian gov't reads. 

During their talk, the two heads of governments have also tackled the bilateral cooperation opportunities as regards the infrastructure, the tourism and other fields for the financing of which European funds will be used. 

According to the source, on the duration of Bulgaria's holding the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, in the first half of 2018, the sides have also talked about the possibilities of cooperation on joint projects between the two states within the EU Strategy for the Danube and the Black Sea region. 

The government's release also reads that the Romanian Premier presented the connection of the three Capital Cities - Bucharest - Sofia - Athens - through a fast passenger railway, an aspect the Transport ministers of the three governments will work upon. 

The stepping up of the two bridges' projects over the Danube, between Turnu Magurele - Nicopolis and Calarasi - Silistra, was also addressed by the two premiers, according to the same release.