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Romania - Turkey bilateral documents signed in Ankara 

June 20, 2024

Several bilateral documents were signed at the end of today's joint meeting of the Romanian and Turkish governments held in Ankara, in the presence of Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan:- Agreement between the Government of Romania and the Government of the Republic of Turkey on gainful activities of family members of members of diplomatic missions and consular posts;- Agreement between the Government of Romania and the Government of the Republic of Turkey regarding urban planning cooperation;- The Administrative Arrangement regarding the implementation of the Romania - Republic of Turkey Social Security Agreement;- Memorandum of Understanding between the Romanian Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Tourism and the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism regarding tourism cooperation;- Memorandum of Understanding between the Romanian Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Tourism and the Turkish Ministry of Industry and Technology;- The protocol between the Government of Romania and the Government of the Republic of Turkey regarding the education and training of law enforcement personnel.The government delegation accompanying Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu on his official visit to Ankara includes Deputy Prime Minister Marian Neacsu, Foreign Affairs Minister Luminita Odobescu, National Defence Minister Angel Tilvar, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Sorin Grindeanu, Justice Minister Alina Gorghiu, Education Minister Ligia Deca, Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Tourism Radu Oprea, Minister of Development, Public Works and Administration Adrian Vestea, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Florin Barbu, Health Minister Alexandru Rafila, Minister of Labor and Social Solidarity Simona Oprescu, president of the National Veterinary and Food Safety Authority Alexandru Bociu.  

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