"Your visit to Bucharest is an indication of the relations that Azerbaijan and Romania have expanded over the past 30 years," Romanian Foreign Minister Luminița Odobescu said at a joint press conference with her Azerbaijani counterpart Jeyhun Bayramov in Bucharest, APA reports.
"Today we had a fruitful dialogue and exchange of ideas. We emphasized the importance of continuing the bilateral dialogue. We also discussed international issues, especially the security situation in the South Caucasus and the Black Sea region. We agreed to continue this fruitful dynamic in our relations, to deepen cooperation in the fields of transport, agriculture, education, energy, and investments," the minister noted.
She emphasized that Azerbaijan remains an important partner of Romania and the EU: "This is not only related to Azerbaijan's contribution to Europe's energy security, it is also related to Azerbaijan's geostrategic position - the possibility of a transport corridor connecting Europe to Asia. "Azerbaijan is the most important economic partner of Romania in the South Caucasus."