ROMANIA – TAJIKISTAN : A DEVELOPING RELATION
Between 25-26 July 2011 Ambassador of Tajikistan and Representative to European Union and NATO , Soliev Rustamjon Abdulloevich , had made an working visit to Romania at the invitation of Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, President of European Council on International Relations and Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania, in order to further develop the bilateral relation and offer new dimensions to economical, cultural and political dialogue between Tajikistan and Romania .
In the framework of the visit Ambassador Soliev paid special attention to de-frozen the economic dimension of the relations between the two countries.
Ambassador of Tajikistan had arranged meetings with Romanian Chamber of Commerce President and European Union Bilateral Chambers of Commerce Vice-President , Director of Romanian Investment Agency and Ministry of Economy and other Romanian economic officials .
The parties expressed the common desire of re-launch the bilateral relations by mutual assured investment , development of trade and tourism . Romanian side express the desire , in accordance with Tajikistan Ambassador views , to have a Romanian – Tajikistan Economic Forum , to have Tajikistan investment in Romanian tourist sites and to have practical offers for investment in Tajikistan .
In the meetings held by Ambassador Soliev at Energy Minister , Romania offered technical expertise for rehabilitation of Tajikistan energy system and also expressed interest in programs for solar and wind energy exploitation in Tajikistan .
In all the meetings Ambassador Soliev Rustamjon received official congratulation on the appointment of President of Tajikistan, Emamoli Rahmon for the prestigious European award of LEADER OF XXI CENTURY , the Romanian side underlining that this famous award is the expression of Tajikistan new position of strength in the world and also an incentive for foreign investors to seek closer economical and political relations with Tajikistan , as the prize is awarded as a proof of European confidence in a country and a leader.
In a special meeting at the European Council on International Relations Headquarters Ambassador Soliev Rustamjon Abdulloevich presented for an impressive audience of academics , politicians, diplomats and foreign observers , a report about Tajikistan development today .
The report was based on the masterpiece book TAJIK ARTS AND CRAFTS THROUGH THE CENTURIES by Hamrokhon Zarifi , Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan and highlighted the cultural richness and lofty tradition of the country. From Alexander the Great to Silk Road and today development and beauties of Tajikistan under President Emomali Rahmon economic and social reform program , the complete image of Tajikstan was presented in the Ambassador Soliev report .
In the official audience granted by Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation , professor Dr. Anton Caragea to Ambassador Soliev the parties expressed the determination to boost cultural and academic relations, to create a framework for cultural and political dialogue and to organize an art exhibition : TAJIKISTAN IN THE HEART OF SILK ROAD based on the art crafts presented in the book of Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan , Hamrokhon Zarifi.
The parties had agreed a calendar of mutual consultation to search for new ways of fostering European Union – Tajikistan relations but also Romania-Tajikistan relation.
The cultural dimension of bilateral Romania-Tajikistan relation was underlined also by meetings at Ministry of Culture and by visit of Ambassador Soliev Rustamjon Abdulloevich to the oldest ethnographic museum in Eastern Europe : Village Museum of Romania .
The two day visit succeeded , after a long time, to recreate a new dimension of Romania – Tajikistan relation.
Solid discussion on economy, culture and political agenda create a new framework and the Romanian side expressed, at the end of the visit of Ambassador Soliev , the desire for a continuity in this fruitful dialogue and for new ways according with the concepts of XXI century diplomacy to develop the bilateral relation.
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