In a lengthy meeting, Netanyahu and Melescanu discussed ”expanding bilateral cooperation in cyber, agriculture, technology and initiatives,” according to the Prime Minister’s Office.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Tuesday morning with Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu, who arrived in Israel Monday.
Netanyahu greeted Melescanu with a warm handshake and said, “Pleasure to see you, and it’s the mark of our long and fruitful friendship between Romania and Israel.” Melescanu replied, “I would say a natural partnership.”
According to the official website of the Prime Minister’s Office, the two leaders discussed “expanding bilateral cooperation in cyber, agriculture, technology and initiatives.”
In May, Romania’s Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu came to Israel and met with Netanyahu as well.