South Korea, Romania Agree To Step Up Energy Cooperation

South Korea and Romania have agreed to step up collaboration in developing energy and other natural resources as well as building energy infrastructure, South Korea’s foreign ministry said Saturday.

The agreement was reached at a policy meeting between the two countries in Seoul last week, the ministry said in a news release, according to Yonhap news agency.

Romania has also agreed to consider removing visa requirements for South Korean business people visiting the country in a bid to attract more investment, it said.

Next year marks the 20th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries.

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