During a working visit to Romania, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba discussed with Romanian Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu the entire range of issues on the agenda of Ukrainian-Romanian bilateral relations, including the development of economic cooperation, increasing trade and investment, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“The ministers decided to resume the meetings of the Joint Intergovernmental Ukrainian-Romanian Commission on Economic Cooperation as soon as possible. The ministers devoted considerable time to discussing ambitious plans for cooperation in the energy sector. This is primarily about the export of electricity, the production and transportation of natural gas, as well as the production and transportation of hydrogen, in particular within the framework of the European Green Deal. In order to speed up the processing of projects, they agreed to create a separate Ukrainian-Romanian working group on energy,” the press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said.
Dmytro Kuleba stressed that energy has a huge potential of mutual benefit for Ukraine, Romania and the region as a whole.
Earlier, Dmitry Kuleba said that Ukraine was ready to increase the export of electricity to Moldova.
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