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Romanian and Kuwaiti governments sign agreement on cooperation in military field

January 5, 2023

The governments of Romania and the State of Kuwait have signed an agreement on cooperation in the military field, the Ministry of National Defense (MApN) announced on Wednesday, in a press release sent on Tuesday.Secretary of State and Head of the Department for Defence Policy, Planning and International Relations Simona Cojocaru and Brigadier General Fawaz Al-Harbi, Assistant Chief of Staff, Kuwaiti Army, signed on Wednesday the Agreement between the Government of Romania and the Government of the State Kuwait on military cooperation.The signing ceremony was also attended by the ambassador of the State of Kuwait in Bucharest, Talal Mansour Alhajeri, and the ambassador of Romania to Kuwait, Mugurel Ioan Stanescu, the press release reads.The agreement will provide the legal framework for cooperation between the two parties in areas of mutual interest such as military training and education, intelligence exchange, military history and geography, cultural activities.According to MApN, discussions revolving around the bilateral political-military dialogue also took place during the visit of the delegation from Kuwait."Against this background, the discussions focused on bilateral cooperation, the approach to the security situation in the area of the Black Sea and the Middle East and the efforts of the two countries to ensure stability at the regional level," the MApN release further mentions.

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