Leonard Orban participates, in Germany, in 7th Session of Romania-Bavaria Joint Governmental Commission
Minister of European Affairs Leonard Orban is paying, on March 5-6, an official visit to Germany, during which he will attend the 7th Session of Romania-Bavaria Joint Governmental Commission, held in Regensburg.
On the occasion of the same visit, Leonard Orban will meet, in Munich, with the president of the European Affairs Committee of the Bavarian Parliament, Ursula Mannle, the Ministry of European Affairs (MAEur) announces in a release .
The Romanian delegation to the session of the joint governmental commission, headed by the Minister of European Affairs, includes representatives from various ministries, the Technical secretariat of the commission, from the Romanian side, being provided by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Business Environment.
Romania-Bavaria Joint Governmental Commission was established based on a joint declaration signed on July 28, 1999, in Bucharest, by then Romanian Prime Minister Radu Vasile and Prime Minister of the German land of Bavaria Edmund Stoiber.
Over time, MAEur release also informs, the commission generated collaborative projects and measures to support bilateral cooperation in areas of common interest.
At economic level, this cooperation has resulted in an active participation of the Bavarian companies in the process of privatization and infrastructure development in Romania, cooperation in energy field, in research – innovation, tourism development and technology transfer, the MAEur release also reads.