Romanian Foreign Minister Andrei Marga will attend on Thursday in Belgrade the meeting of the foreign ministers from the states participating in the the Southeast European Co-operation Process (SEECP), where he will present Romania’s vision for the future of the regional cooperation.
According to a release the Romanian Foreign Minister (MAE) sent to Agerpres, the event is staged by Serbia’s chairmanship-in-office and precedes the meeting of the heads of state and government of SEECP (the SEECP Summit), scheduled for Friday.
The agenda of the meeting includes talks on: the assessment of the situation in South-Eastern Europe, the approval of the annual report of Secretary General of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), the appointment of the new RCC Secretary General and the preparation of the SEECP Summit declaration. At the same time, central to the talks are the options aimed at reinforcing the SEECP by boosting its profile at the regional and European level, the MAE reports.
‘The participation of the Romanian Foreign Minister in these important regional meetings provides a good opportunity to present Romania’s vision for the future of the regional cooperation that has the binomial SEECP-RCC as its core in South-Eastern Europe. Thus, Romania will reiterate its commitment to boost the regional cooperation structures as elements able to contribute to the region’s sustainable development and to prepare the participating states for the accession to the European and Euro-Atlantic bodies,’ MAE informs.