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ROMANIA-IRAQ: A STRATEGIC FRIENDSHIP

On 5 July 2013 the taking office, protocol meeting, between Prof.Dr.Anton Caragea, Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and H.E. Omer Berzinji, Ambassador of Republic of Iraq, had taken place.

prietenie romano-irakiana

Protocol meeting, between Prof.Dr.Anton Caragea, Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and H.E. Omer Berzinji, Ambassador of Republic of Iraq

Prof.Dr.Anton Caragea express his heart felted congratulation on the occasion of beginning of mandate of H.E. Omer Berzinji and stated that Iraq was and it will always be considered a strong ally and friend of Romania in the Middle East region and expressing the view that we have all the unmistakable signs of a successful strategic friendship.

In his speech Professor Dr.Anton Caragea had appreciated that between Romanian and Iraq we are witnessing a large area of common interests such as: strong, constant developing and stable economic relations, an open and substantial political dialogue and a common sentiment of brotherhood.

All this elements are destined to forge a good understanding between the two nations.

The Romania-Iraq relationship must be an example of constructing strong relation between Romania and Middle East region.

Citind Buletinul Diplomatic

 H.E. Omer Berzinji, Ambassador of Republic of Iraq reads the ROMANIAN DIPLOMATIC BULLETIN.

In the last decade the bilateral dialogue with Iraq was exceptional in amplitude, seriousness and efficacy and this bilateral long term commitment is constitute an obligation for both of the countries to continue building this framework of dialogue and friendship.

H.E. Omer Berzinji had expressed his appreciation for the encouragement`s offered by Prof.Dr.Anton Caragea and had stated that the vision of a economic, politic and cultural special relationship between Romanian and Iraq is a mutual shared vision.

Iraq is constructing today and open and all inclusive society, based on dialogue and democratic values and also a strong economy that needs Romanian support in technologies, goods and investments, in a win-win relations concluded H.E.Ambassador Omer Berzinji.

The dialogue had continued on concrete aspects and analyses of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations and on ways of fostering this dialogue on to the future.

Concrete actions on increasing Romanian people awareness on Iraq continuing development and on economic opportunities,  promoting the bilateral relation and especially marking festive the 50 years celebration of bilateral diplomatic relations where discuss and established, transforming the year 2013 in IRAQ IN ROMANIA.

The amicable discussion marked also an evaluation of present day cultural debates in Islamic world, from the role of democracy and inter-cultural dialogue in Islam and the dialogue between Middle East and Europe where also themes tabled at the meeting.

The dialogue led the foundations of a successful diplomatic mandate and offered the solutions necessary to foster in the near future the relations between Romanian and Iraq and constitutes a promise to continue a successful direction on Romanian diplomatic action.

Covor irakian

Prof.Dr.Anton Caragea receives a traditional iraqi  carpet, in sign of appreciation for his support of Romania-Iraq relation from H.E. Omer Berzinji, Ambassador of Republic of Iraq.

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