Satisfaction over a good and concrete discourse between Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia in many areas

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic perceived currently delegations of a Foreign Relations Committee of a Senate of Romania led by Cristian Sorin Dumitrescu, a Chamber of Deputies of a Romanian Parliament led by Andreea Cosma and of a Foreign Affairs Committee of a National Assembly of a Republic of Bulgaria led by Dzhema Marinova Grozdanova.

In a accessible and open conversation, a sides voiced their compensation over a good family and petrify discourse among a 3 countries in mixed areas, as good as over a grown contacts and continual sell of visits during high and tip level.

Trilateral and form team-work format, and inter-parliamentary team-work in particular, have been jointly assessed as a poignant ascent of a existent good family and grant to strengthening a one voice of a region.

On this occasion, Minister Dacic thanked for a support lent to a European formation routine of a Republic of Serbia, that was validated by both Bulgarian and Romanian sides, reiterating that a Western Balkans would arrange high on a priority list of both countries’ Presidency of a Council of a European Union, in a initial half of 2018 and in 2019 respectively.

The Serbian Foreign Minister reiterated a position that all potentially open issues between a countries should be resolved by shared dialogue, in a suggestion of good-neighbourly relations.

Representatives of a Foreign Affairs Committees of both Romania and Bulgaria voiced their thankfulness for a classification of a meeting, and voiced a goal to say petrify work on strengthening a trilateral/quadrilateral dimension of inter-parliamentary cooperation, as an critical forum for sell of views on all matters of common interest.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17165-satisfaction-over-the-good-and-substantive-dialogue-between-bulgaria-romania-and-serbia-in-many-areas