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FM Odobescu at Foreign Affairs Council, to address Russia’s aggression v Ukraine, situation in Middle East

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The minister of Foreign Affairs, Luminita Odobescu, is participating, on Monday, in the meeting of counterparts from the EU member states, the Council of Foreign Affairs (CAE), in Brussels, a press release sent on Sunday by the ministry, reads.

The main topics of discussion are Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, respectively the situation in the Middle East. European ministers will also briefly discuss the developments in Georgia, Venezuela and Iran.

After the meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council, the Romanian minister will participate in the eighth edition of the „Conference on supporting the future of Syria and the region”.

AGERPRES

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