The German-Romanian Treaty on Friendly Relations and Partnership in Europe of 1992 underscores the good and close relations between the two countries. Germany is given credit for providing extensive…
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is meeting his Romanian counterpart Bogdan Aurescu today (20 February) on the latter’s inaugural visit to Berlin. The visit marks the 140th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Germany and Romania.
Foreign Minister Maas is a guest at the Three Seas Initiative Summit and in political talks in Romania.
On this trip, Maas will travel to Romania to take part in the Three Seas Initiative Summit, to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia for political talks, to Albania to discuss its further path towards EU accession and to Greece to address European and bilateral issues.
The agenda for the Foreign Minister’s first official visit featured the expansion of bilateral relations with the EU and NATO partner as well as European issues.
Michael Roth, Minister of State for Europe, visited Bucharest from 16 to 18 July in the run up to the Romanian EU Council Presidency.