Fomenko, Neculăescu discuss protection of rights of national minorities.

Deputy Culture and Information Policy Minister of Ukraine Svitlana Fomenko and State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania Dănuţ Sebastian Neculăescu discussed topical issues of Ukraine-Romania relations to protect the rights of national minorities.

The co-chairs of the Joint Ukraine-Romania Intergovernmental Commission on ensuring the rights of persons belonging to national minorities held a video conference meeting, the press service of the Culture and Information Policy Ministry of Ukraine informs.

"Romania is our reliable political partner. We are happy to work together for the sake of our common European future," Svitlana Fomenko said following the meeting.

It was noted that the parties agreed to continue a constructive dialogue in the field of protection of the rights of national minorities on the basis of mutually beneficial cooperation, as well as to launch bilateral talks at the expert level in video conference format to agree on draft minutes of the VII Commission’s meeting.

The Ukrainian side supported the proposal of the Romanian partners to hold a regular meeting of the Commission in November-December 2020.

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