Slovene and Rumanian Premiers Call for Closer Economic Cooperation

Slovenia's Premier Janez Drnovsek and his Rumanian counterpart Radu Vasile agreed at today's meeting in Bucharest that bilateral relations were not hindered by any open issues. Slovenia and Rumania share a number of goals, such as membership of the EU and NATO. They expressed a need for an exchange of information on integration into Euro-Atlantic organizations. Their talks touched also on economic issues. Both nations believe that economic cooperation, rather scarce at the moment, could be boosted. The premiers were convinced Slovenia and Rumania were an element of stability in the region, STA learnt from a source in the Slovene delegation. Later on, Premier Drnovsek met with President of Rumania Emil Constantinescu.

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