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PM Grindeanu: Trips to Israel and Austria - perfect opportunities to improve political, economic relations

Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu stated that the trips he will take in May to Israel and Austria will be “the perfect opportunities” to improve political and economic relations between Romania and these two countries.

2017-04-06 14:11:03

"In early May, we have scheduled two important trips to Israel and Austria," said Grindeanu, according to Agerpres. "They will be the perfect opportunities for improving political relations, but more importantly the economic relations between our countries."

In this context, the chief executive urged ministers to prepare "in time" for these visits.
"Those who will accompany me, let us please prepare in advance for these visits," added Grindeanu.



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