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Between 24-30 August 2011, a delegation of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania, headed by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea was invited for an official working visit by the Government of Republic of Tajikistan.

H.E. President of Tajikistan – Emomali Rahmon and Professor Dr. Anton Caragea , director IRICE

The visit had being concentrated on developing the bilateral Romania-Tajikistan relation and it was the first ever invitation addressed by Tajikistan authorities in the last 20 years for a Romanian delegation , a moment that was considered as historical in developing the relation between the two countries.

The Meeting of Romanian delegation with Minister of Economy and Development of Tajikistan. 

In the framework of dialogue where included subjects such as : tourism and transport cooperation, supporting hydro-energy sector development in Tajikistan with instructors, specialists and Romanian material , taking in consideration the extensive Romanian experience in the field . Other discussion where held on topics like: opening in Romania of a branch of National Bank of Tajikistan , tajik investments in tourism sectors in Romania , import of aluminium from TALCO factory –the biggest aluminium  factory in Tajikistan .

Romanian delegation headed by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania was received in official audience by H.E. President Emomali Rahmon of Tajikistan. The president of Tajikistan had mentioned that his country is in a moment of economic development, social development and democratic construction, that makes Tajikistan to be interested in economic and political cooperation with other countries and Romania is a privileged partner in Europe.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea signing the Honorary Book at the Mir Said Homodoni Museum

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania had expressed his gratitude for the impressive welcoming organized for Romanian delegation and appreciated that Tajikistan had succeeded in overcome the economic crisis, to build impressive energy projects such Rogun hydropower plant and to be a supplier of security and stability in the region and an example in the region.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea welcomed with traditional dances in Kulyob

In the framework of discussion held at Ministry of Foreign affairs of Tajikistan, with Minister Homrokhon Zarifi, the parties had agreed of a calendar of concrete cultural and academic exchanges program for 2011-2012 and set up the details for a Bilateral Economic Forum and a Tajikistan-Romania Chamber of Commerce.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea in dialogue with President of Tajikistan Parliament and Prime Minister of Tajikistan .

The delegation headed by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea  also sustained detailed and fruitful discussion and finalized agreements with Minister of Energy and Industry Mr. Sherali Gul , Minister of Investments , Minister of Tourism and Sport Mr. M . Nematov and Minister of Economic Development and Trade, Mr. Farukh Hamraliev.

Honey and Bread welcoming ceremony for Romanian delegation.

In the visit program, a consistent cultural interlude was provided to Romanian delegation, including visits to Hissar Fortress (UNESCO Heritage site- XI century), cities of Tursunzade, Kulyab, and Monuments dedicated to Great poet Mir Said Homodoni and Hulbur Fortress.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea , director of IRICE  presenting the conclusions of  Romanian delegation visit in Tajikistan.

Concluding the visit, in a press conference, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea , Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania had appreciated that Tajikistan is offering to the world an example of  an economy in full development , with impressive hydro power projects like Rogun that will benefit the all Central Asia region and beyond, with plans to exploits ore and precious stones mining fields, that will make Tajikistan an attractive economy in full development , key elements that are underlined by a democratic and stabile political climate.

The future of Tajikistan is bright, if it continuing on the same path of President Emomali Rahmon vision of prosperity and development and of respects toward culture and civilization, had concluded Professor Dr. Anton Caragea

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