Ministers head to Romania to sign agreements
Published Tuesday 11/02/2014 19:47
RAMALLAH (Ma'an) – Six Palestinian ministers and several ministry officials led by the minister of foreign affairs left Tuesday for Romania where they will discuss cooperation between Romania and Palestine.
A Foreign Ministry statement highlighted that the delegation would hold a second session for a joint Romanian-Palestinian committee. Several agreements are expected to be signed including an agreement on political consultations at the level of foreign ministries.
Agreements on economic cooperation and commercial exchange between chambers of commerce will also be signed.
Palestinians who have diplomatic passports will be able to travel to Romania without an entry visa, according to the statement. An agreement in that regard will be signed in Romania.
The Palestinian delegation will also meet Wednesday with the speakers of the Romania parliament, speaker of the Senates, the prime minister and Orthodox patriarch.