Centrul Diplomatic/Diplomatic Center

Centrul de Studii Politice si Diplomatie/ Center for Political Science and Diplomacy


On 29 September 2014, has taken place the protocol and taking office meeting between Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, Chairman of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and H.E. Fuad Kokaly, Ambassador of State of Palestine.

Ambassador Fuad kokaly and President Anton Caragea

Opening the protocol meeting, Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea expressed his decision to meet, from the first moment, the Ambassador of State of Palestine in sign of appreciation for the long and common history between Romania and Palestine and emphasized the fact that Romania was the first non-Arab country to recognize Palestine Liberation Organization, as the legitimate representative of Palestinian people and in 1988 to recognize the State of Palestine.

H.E. Ambassador Fuad Kokaly presented the latest achievements in bilateral relations and hopes for building new bridges of cooperation between Romania and Palestine.

The main issue tabled during the dialogue was related to: developing educational and university cooperation between the two countries, accepting more Palestinian students in Romanian higher education system on the bases of independent financial contribution.

Other issues highlighted where: opening in Romania a Palestinian financial institution in order to support the developing of bilateral economic relation, supporting tourism development and fostering the positive image of Palestinian realities in Romanian mass-media.

The parties had appreciated that between Romanian and Palestine there are large areas of common interests, designed to forge a good understanding between the two nations.

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

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