Iran could be the route for Romania’s access to the Indian Ocean and the Oman Sea
The Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohamad Javad Zarif, has said that there are premises for the development of the economic relations between Romania and Iran. The Iranian dignitary, who is on an official visit to Romania, has said that his county is a stable state at the moment and the considerable participation of the people in the elections confirms the fact that Iran is an investment friendly environment. Mohamad Javad Zarif has added that Romania has a diverse economy, with a significant development among the European states and Iran could offer an economic gate towards other regions.
Mohamad Javad Zarif: In a rather uncertain region, the large interest by the Iranian people and its presence on the political scene have turned Iran into a space that has grown from several points of view: socially, politically and economically. This fact is a certainty for investments and investors. For Romania, Iran could be a route of access to the Indian Ocean and the Oman Sea.
The Romanian deputy prime minister, Costin Borc, has said that the business people in the two countries have a variety of instruments to operate and the Government considers support measures, if necessary.
Migrants abandoned near a forest in the Romanian county of Salaj
26 migrants, including children, were abandoned last night near a forest in the Nusfalau village, in the Romanian county of Salaj. Local people have found the migrants and alerted the police. They were left on the road side, by the driver of a van who went missing. The mayor of Nusfalau has told Radio Romania that the migrants were five children, 14 men and seven women, who came from Syria and Iraq. They were taken by the authorities and are due to be identified at a refugee center in the county.
Romanian and Serb Prime Ministers are meeting on Thursday in Timisoara
The Serb Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vucic, is making an official visit to Romania, on Thursday, November 10th. Mr. Vucic will hold talks with his Romanian counterpart, Dacian Ciolos and will sign documents on the European integration and border control. The two leaders will also sign the Protocol on mixed patrols on the common border, the Declaration on border cooperation on employment and social policies and also a common statement on the support that Romania offers Serbia in the process of European integration. Aleksandar Vucic will also visit the headquarters of the Serb Union in Romania and the Orthodox Church in the city of Timisoara.