Turkey and Romania held political consultations by video conference on Friday, Turkey’s Foreign Ministry said.
Faruk Kaymakci, Turkish Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Director of European Affairs, and Iulia Matei, State Secretary for European Affairs at the Romanian Foreign Ministry, co-chaired the meeting, the ministry said in a statement.
“During the consultations, all aspects of our bilateral relations, as well as Turkey-EU relations and cooperation in regional and international organizations, were discussed,” the statement added.
Posting photos of the meeting on Twitter, Kaymakci described the talks as “fruitful online political consultations.”
Bilateral relations between Turkey and Romania as well as the recent “positive Turkish-European agenda and our international cooperation” were discussed during the meeting, he added.
âTurkey and Romania are each other’s biggest trading partners in the Balkans,â according to the Turkish Foreign Ministry.
Turkey became an EU candidate country in 1999 while neighboring Romania has been a member of the bloc since 2007.
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