PM Orban: Romania, Israel's shared interest is to expand, deepen dialogue in various areas of interest

03/11/2020 - 15:10

Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Tuesday that the shared interest of Romania and Israel is to expand and deepen their dialogue in various areas of interest, noting that in his conversation with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu he will also discuss a next joint meeting of the two national governments, which is due to take place in mid-2021.

Orban is on a two-day visit to Israel and Palestine, Tuesday and Wednesday.

"I am very happy that this visit could be organised in an extremely difficult time, in which the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic put us in extremely difficult situations and forced us to make difficult decisions. Romania and the State of Israel's shared interest is in expanding and deepening their common dialogue in different areas of interest, "Orban told a joint news briefing in Tel Aviv with his Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.

He expressed his gratitude for excellent co-operation with Israeli authorities on how to manage the pandemic.


The Romanian prime minister assured his counterpart that Romania remains committed to the fight against anti-Semitism and hate speech, according to agerpres.ro.


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