Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will travel to Bucharest on Friday, March 29, to participate in the 7th Tetramer Summit of Greece, Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia.
According to IBNA’s information, the Greek Prime Minister’s schedule starts on Friday morning with a bilateral meeting with Romanian Prime Minister Vasilica Viorica Dăncilă, where they will discuss the strengthening of the bilateral relations of the two countries, cooperation in the fields of economy, security, energy etc. The situation in the Western Balkans, regional and international issues as well as the initiatives of Romania as the EU presiding country will also be discussed.
In the afternoon of Friday, March 29, the 7th Quartet Summit of Greece, Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia will take place. Romanian Prime Minister Vasilica Viorica Dăncilă will welcome Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
The four leaders will discuss regional developments, cooperation in the critical areas of energy, interconnectivity, security, defence, transport and the wider economy. The meeting will also review the initiatives of the four countries so far and ways to strengthen their cooperation.
According to IBNA’s information, the European course of the Western Balkans, Serbia’s accession course, the dialogue between Belgrade, the future of Europe and the rise of nationalism, as well as the strengthening of relations with neighbouring countries will also be discussed.
Upon the end of the meeting, joint statements will be made to the press representatives, followed by a dinner to which, according to IBNA’s exclusive information, will participate the Turkish Vice-President Fuat Oktay. It should me noted that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had participated in the 5th Tetramer Summit in Varna, Bulgaria./ibna