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Romania and Nauru establish diplomatic relations

Romania established diplomatic relations, at ambassadorial level, with Nauru, one of the states in the South Pacific. Nauru becomes, thus, the 183rd state with whom Romania has diplomatic relations.

The Joint Communiqué on the establishment of diplomatic relations was signed, in New York, by the Permanent Representatives of the two countries to the United Nations, ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary Simona Miculescu and Marlene Moses.

By the Joint Communiqué, the two countries undertook to establish their relations on the principles and objectives of the UN Charter and those of the international law.

During the discussion that followed the signing ceremony, the ambassadors highlighted the cooperation opportunities in the economic and academic fields.

  

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