Senate President Calin Popescu Tariceanu on Friday reiterated at the meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Palestine, Riad Malki, Romania's standpoint related to the comprehensive solving in the long run of the conflict between Israel and Palestine, namely the implementation of the "two-state solution," Israeli and Palestine, to coexist in peace and security, as the "only viable solution that could guarantee the meeting of both parties' aspirations."
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Palestine is currently paying a visit to Romania to participate in the 3rd session of the Romanian-Palestinian inter-governmental committee.
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According to a press release sent by the Senate to AGERPRES on Friday, during the dialogue, the President of the Senate evoked the traditional friendship between the two states and how important the relation with Palestine is for Romania. In this respect, he underscored the cooperation potential for strengthening the institutional capacity of the Palestinian side in fields such as education, culture, internal affairs and civil protection, healthcare and agriculture.
The meeting represented also an occasion for the Palestinian dignitary to present the recent developments in his region and the future perspective of the Peace Process in the Middle East, mentions the same release.