Azeri-Romanian intergov’l commission to meet in 1Q of 2006

Politics Materials 7 December 2005 12:08 (UTC +04:00)

A meeting of the Azerbaijani-Romanian intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation will be held in the first quarter of 2006, the Cabinet of Ministers told Trend.

The experts will soon set up the development of the agenda of the gathering. The two sides will have to accord bilateral agreements, which will be considered in the intergovernmental commission. The documents concern the development cooperation in the sphere of trade, as well as protection and facilitating the investments.

Besides, agreements on cooperation in the banking activities and in military-technical spheres, as an agreement on cooperation in combating terror and transnational crime are under development.