Polonian foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski is visiting Romania for meetings with Romanian foreign minister Teodor Baconschi for talks on bilateral issues and European Union issues. “Talks will centre on regional policy, energy security, bilateral issues and issues related with the EU, NATO and the eastern policy,” Poland’s foreign ministry spokesman Piotr Paszkowski said.
“I think one of the most vital topics of the talks will be the Eastern Partnership, an issue always discussed with our partners from this region of Europe.”
Poitr Paszkowski added that Poland and Romania are partners within the EU especially in issues related to the EU budget for 2014 to 2020, where both countries are trying to protect the current proportion of cohesion finds they receive from Brussels. During his visit he will also meet with Romanian president Traian Basescu.