Klaus Iohannis, discussion with the President of Hungary, in Cotroceni: Non-discriminatory projects of interest

The President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, had, on Friday, a meeting with the President of Hungary, Katalin Novák, on the sidelines of the Bucharest 9 (B9) Format Summit, held in Bucharest. He pleaded for the projects of interest not to be discriminatory on the basis of ethnicity, not to be limited to certain parts of the Romanian territory and to comply with Romanian or European legislation.

The Presidential Administration announced on Friday evening that President Klaus Iohannis had a meeting with the President of Hungary, Katalin Novák, on the sidelines of the Bucharest Format 9 Summit (B9), held in Bucharest.

“The President of Romania reiterated his congratulations on the official taking over of the mandate of the President of Hungary, on May 10, 2022, expressing his full readiness to deepen the dialogue and cooperation at the highest level with the Hungarian side,” the Presidential Administration said.

According to the quoted source, “President Klaus Iohannis stressed the importance of pragmatic cooperation and in the right parameters, in the logic of a genuine and sincere strategic partnership, in European spirit, guided by the principles of the Treaty of Understanding, Cooperation and Good Neighborhood between Romania and the Republic of Hungary. September 16, 1996) and of the Declaration on Romanian-Hungarian Strategic Cooperation and Partnership for 21st Century Europe (Budapest, November 29, 2002), the signing of which marks its 20th anniversary this year ”.

“The President of Romania reiterated the importance of dialogue in resolving all issues of bilateral interest and in avoiding unilateral approaches, which cannot lead to sustainable and effective solutions. In this context, President Klaus Iohannis underlined the deep conviction of the Romanian authorities that persons belonging to national minorities, as exponents of the societies they belong to, contribute to the creation and consolidation of bridges between the state of citizenship and the state whose ethnic origin they have it, having an important role in promoting and developing the cooperation relations between them “, it is also shown in the communiqué.

The Presidential Administration also stated that, emphasizing the importance of developing bilateral economic and sectoral cooperation, the President of Romania pleaded for projects of interest not to be discriminatory on the basis of ethnicity, not limited to certain parts of Romania and to comply with Romanian law. the European one.

Publisher: IC

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