On the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Tunisia and Romania, Tunisia's embassy in Bucharest held a conference on the history of diplomatic relations and the development of co-operation between the two countries.
Romanian Secretary of State to Foreign Affairs Raduta Matache, who chaired the conference, underlined that the friendship relations between Tunisia and Romania are exemplary.
He also pointed out that Romania's adherence to the European Union and the privileged partnership binding Tunisia and the Union are factors that create more opportunities for co-operation and complementarity between the two countries.
She highlighted Romania's determination to strengthen the co-operation and partnership ties with Tunisia which, she said, "is an important partner at the political and economic levels, as part of the European neighbourhood policy and also the Union For the Mediterranean and other multilateral projects involving the Mediterranean and the African continent."
For her part, Tunisia's ambassador to Romania Saloua Bahri underscored the excellent and strong and long-standing friendship and co-operation relations binding the two countries, and the two sides' political will to further develop them at the bilateral, regional and international levels.
The event was held in association with the Romanian Foreign Ministry and the Romanian Diplomatic Institute.