|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on March 12, 2017 at 12:35 PM|
United Nations are celebrating Professor Dr. Anton Caragea achievements in promoting culture and human development as bedrock foundations for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
United Nations Academic Initiative had awarded the special diploma for Professor Dr. Anton Caragea marking his role in implementation of SDG`s agenda on world level.
This had come in recognition of Professor Dr. Anton Caragea instrumental role in raising awareness and creating, in 2016, the first lessons on Sustainable Development Goals and the leadership role in carving out The Parliamentary Assembly for SDG ( institution garnering world parliaments support for implementing Sustainable development Goals friendly legislation in their national legislatures and on international arena).
Combating hunger, poverty, climate change, and gender inequality while promoting good health, education, clean water and sanitation, and decent work and economic growth are just a few of the aims of the recently adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea had supported and inscribed on the national and international agenda items like: encouraging global citizenship through education; advancing peace and conflict resolution through education; addressing issues of poverty through education; promoting sustainability through education; promoting inter-cultural dialogue and understanding, and the “unlearning” of intolerance, through education.
The latest personality to be honored in a similar manner was Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution, in a special festivity in 2016.
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on November 21, 2016 at 7:40 AM|
On 18 November 2016 the official visit, marking the opening of Autumn 2016-Romania Tourism Fair at the ROMEXPO Hall, in Bucharest, has taken place.
Bread and Salt: Traditional welcome for H.E. Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and Academician Mircea Constantinescu opening the 2016 TOURISM FAIR.
The 18 November official tour of the exhibition had taken place under The High Patronage of President of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania.
On this occasion Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation has made the official tour of honour for all the pavilions that promoted outbound and inbound tourism, accompanied by a delegation of members of Romanian Parliament and the usual retinue of governmental officials.
The Romanian Tourism Fair has garnered the most important tourism companies that outlined special offers for the lovers of cultural tourism, medical tourism and wellness, rural and business related tourism but also presented offers for aficionados of cruises, exotic destinations and adventure tourism.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea had toured the areas dedicated to the promotion of wine tourism and stressed his office support for wine discovery based tourism programs, that are allowing visitors to familiarized themselves with Romania`s natural beauties but also to taste the incredible Romanians wines.
H.E. Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and IRICE delegates are admiring traditional dances from Bucovina.
On the pavilions acknowledged by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, IRICE President and Global Ambassador for Tourism we can count the COTNARI stand that promoted not only the perfection of Cotnari Wines but also Cotnari region as the heartland of Moldova`s tourism.
President Dr. Anton Caragea also visited the pavilions of Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, Hungary, Bulgaria and delivered a speech on Movenpick stand on the opportunities offered by Middle Eastern tourism.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea visited the Photographic Exhibition ans encouraged the artists present and was received as distinguished guest by the representatives of the transport companies like Air Berlin, Blue Air and made a special stop over to the National Air Transport Company TAROM, where IRICE President took his time and attended a photo session with the employees of the national air company.
The open conference held by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea on Middle Eastern tourism opportunities was attended by tourism specialists, mass media and governmental officials.
Romanian Tourism Fair 2016 was a pleasant opportunity to meet the representatives of the tourism and air transport companies and to discuss new methods to improve tourism at world level and more than everything provided us with a rostrum of discussions for the future elections on WORLD BEST TOURISM DESTINATION FOR 2017 and WORLD CAPITAL OF CULTURE AND TOURISM IN 2017 stated IRICE President Professor Dr. Anton Caragea in the concluding remarks of his visit.
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on October 30, 2016 at 7:15 PM|
On 29 October 2016 at the ROMEXPO Hall in Bucharest, the opening ceremony of Food and Agriculture Exhibition has taken place.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, MA, FNS, EDA and Romanian Parliament members lead by Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei are starting their tour with a visit to HOUSE OF PANCIU (Casa Panciu)official diplomatic partner.
The exhibition had taken place in the period between 28 to 30 October 2016 and was held under The High Patronage of President of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania and was convened to coincide with the celebration of WORLD FOOD DAY 2016.
On this occasion, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation has opened the exhibition and visited the established pavilions accompanied by a delegation of members of Romanian Parliament, lead by the Senate leader of activity Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei and a retinue of governmental officials.
Opening the food and wine show, IRICE President, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea had delivered the official remarks for WORLD FOOD DAY 2016.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea surrounded with love and respect by the students and professors of Agricultural High School-future agricultural specialists of Romania.
The declaration read in part that:
Today 2016 Agricultural and Food Exhibition is devoted to provide the image of the enormous potential and the endless possibilities of family farming in providing food security, development opportunities and a better future for collectivities across the world.(…) international food organizations are emphasizing the family farming as the core on which our future food and nutrition security pivots.
This is even more real in Romania`s case where 85% of the agriculture output comes from family farming and in our declining economy only the agriculture is the main center of our financial resilience.
When we are looking at this plenitude of food and richness of agricultural produces we must remember that food insecurity is still a plague for more than 1 billion people’s and the achievement of Zero Hunger Goal is still far a way as we have registered a number of 805 million food insecure people’s and 162 million chronically malnourished children.
Our efforts as World Ambassador and our activities in the Parliamentary Assembly for Sustainable Development Goals are directed to doing just that.
Our High Office will continue partnering with the private sector, civil society, all our UN partners, the governments where we serve, but most importantly with the people.
After the exhibition being declared officially opened the delegates toured the exhibition and made the first lay over at the place chosen by Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, the stand of Casa Panciu (House of Panciu) the creator of Romanian Diplomatic Wine for 2016.
The Romanian researchers are a pride for our country say`s Professor Dr. Anton Caragea in his visit to Pietroasele Wine Research Institute.
Casa Panciu had presented on the opening of National Wine Salon a selection of the best wines of 2014/2016: the Muscat Ottonel sweet wine, which had conquered the public with his pungent aroma, fine pearled image and the apple and fruity dominated taste a wine nearing perfection and marked with 94 points out of 100 for the citrus flavor.
Amongst other new wines presented where: the Rose Wine of House of Panciu that completed the initial success of the Rose Sparkling Wine, launched in the spring of 2014 and a preferred wine by the Italian tasters present at the venue: the white Cabernet Sauvignon, that conquered all hearts by his long lasting aroma, fine taste and technological mastery.
The Feteasca Neagra (Black Girly) by Casa Panciu was undoubtedly the Queen of the festivity. After it was highly noted at Vinitaly (Italian wine contest) in March 2014 and voted by the diplomatic committee in April 2014 at Good Wine, as the Best Red Wine in 2016, it catches the eyes of all the visitors and good wine lovers.
Casa Panciu had presented the celebrated national wine ilk: Feteasca Neagra in two separate editions, one under the brand of Panciu Domains (Domeniile Panciu) and one under the name of Casa Panciu (House of Panciu) both united by a perfect mastery of the tannins, a perfect maturity potential that is promising a good evolution in the bottle and will offer full enjoyment to the consumers for many years to come.
The guests present on the venue, crowded to taste the Muscat Ottonel Sparkling Wine, the Best Romanian Sparkling Wine for 2015, awarded by The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation the title of Diplomatic Wine, the Romanian representative wine.
Congratulations are pouring for Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE General Director and Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei from organizers and visitors alike.
After touring the Casa Panciu stand, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea has continued his tour, making a stopover, to review the Economic and Food Industry High School Pavilion.
On this occasion the staff and students of Economic and Food Industry High School where presented to and congratulated by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea as the future specialists of Romanian food and agriculture industry.
The visit to the exhibition hall continued with the discovery and promotion of Romanian quality wines, with an on the spot visit to the pavilion of Wine Research Institute from Pietroasa were had tasted the high quality wine made by researchers and university professors of the center.
The unstinted offer comprised specific Romanian wine sorts like: Feteasca Neagra (Black Girly), Busuioaca de Bohotin, Feteasca Albă (White Girly),Feteasca Regala (Royal Girl) and the flag-ship wine of the Research Station: Tamaioasa Romaneasca, a wine that conquered the public with his freshness, pregnant aroma, long lasting taste, fruity flavor encompassed in an exceptional wine, appraised at 93 points.
The Food and Agriculture Exhibition 2016 has proved the ever growing level of Romanian food industry and agricultural producers and the skills of Romanian wine producers, perfect represented by the Casa Panciu-the creator of Romanian Diplomatic Wine.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE General Director and Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei are visiting the Economic High School official stand.
The Food and Agriculture Exhibition 2016 also illustrated the potential of Romanian wine research network by the high level presence of the Wine Research Station of Pietroasele has concluded in his assessment of the Agricultural show – October 2016, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea- President-General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation.
The Food and Agriculture Exhibition 2016 had clearly marked a perfect opportunity for Romanian diplomacy to highlight for the world the high quality of Romanian food and agricultural industry products and to get the limelight for the traditional recipes that are transforming the Romanian food products in true symbols of perfect quality and taste, perfect for export.
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on October 30, 2016 at 6:55 PM|
Venezuela and Romania are long-term partners, dedicated in building a world based on dialogue and understanding, this was the conclusion of the bilateral consultations held on 26 October 2016.
Dialogue and consultations held by H.E. Ambassador Victor Carazo and H.E. Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.
The regular cooperation and consultation meeting had taken place between Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, President Director-General of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and H.E. Victor Ramon Carazo, Ambassador of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
The dialogue was opened by H.E. Victor Ramon Carazo, Ambassador of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela with a powerful presentation encompassing the latest developments in the political life of Venezuela.
The ambassador presented his country efforts for peaceful dialogue and peaceful resolution of all the conflicts and made a compelling presentation of the efforts of H.E. President Nicolas Maduro in opening dialogue with the opposition.
Ambassador Victor Carazo outlined also his country positions on diplomatic arena and the efforts of President Maduro to put at the same table OPEC and non-OC members in order to achieve a normalization on the oil market.
Other lines of the diplomatic activities of Venezuela where also highlighted as the recent visit to the Middle East by President Maduro and the meeting with Pope Francisc who offered Catholic church mediation services in calming the internal situation on Venezuela.
On his turn Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, IRICE President outlined the latest diplomatic activities like the official visits to the Kingdom of Cambodia (June 2016) and Laos (September 2016), high level visits that opened new venues of dialogue and economic presence between Romania and Indochina region.
Other diplomatic achievements were noted the creation of THE PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS, a world level initiative that is self-explanatory towards Romanian international prestige as the country is seen as a moderation and neutral force highly capable in supporting world parliaments to achieve SDG objectives of United Nations.
A thoroughgoing analysis of Venezuela situation made by IRICE President, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and Bolivarian Republic Ambassador-Victor Ramon Carazo.
IRICE President, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea avail the occasion to express his amicable fillings and friendly interest towards the efforts of President Nicolas Maduro to consolidate Venezuela`s economic development and independence, open society and are creating a sense of perfect unity between the people of Venezuela and the government.
In the concluding part of the diplomatic encounter, H.E. Ambassador Victor Ramon Carazo presented the latest evolutions in the frame of bilateral relations, emphasizing the numerous solidarity activities of people of Romania with Venezuela`s revolutionary evolutions and building new bridges of understanding between Romania and Venezuela.
The parties had appreciated that between Romanian and Venezuela there are many common interests, designed to forge a good understanding between the two nations.
The dialogue had continued on concrete aspects and analyses of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations and on ways of fostering this dialogue on to the future.
The regular consultations and frank discussions between Romania and Venezuela are a constant of the diplomatic relations and are the foundations to continue the dialogue and mutual understanding between the two countries and people’s.
The photo chronicle of the encounter can be accessed here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/presedinte-anton-caragea/albums/72157672316855314" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">PRESIDENT OFFICE
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on October 30, 2016 at 6:45 PM|
Venezuela si Romania sunt parteneri pe termen lung, care se dedica constructiei unei lumi bazate pe dialog si intelegere intre toate natiunile lumii, acesta a fost concluzia consultarilor bilaterale ce au avut loc in data de 26 octombrie 2016.
Dialog si consultari romano-venezulene: E.S. Ambasador Victor Carazo si E.S. Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea.
Consultarile si dialogul bilateral au avut loc intre Prof.Dr.Anton Caragea , Presedintele Director General al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica si Excelenta Sa Victor Ramon Carazo– Ambasador al Republicii Bolivariene a Venezuelei in Romania.
Dialogul a fost deschis de Ambasadorul Victor Carazo care a subliniat eforturile derulate in Venezuela pentru mentinerea unui dialog pacific si pentru rezolvarea tuturor problemelor interne, pe baza intelegerii intre guvern si opozitie si a prezentat in detaliu eforturile Presedintelui Nicolas Maduro pentru a ajunge la o intelegere solida cu reprezentantii opozitiei.
Ambasadorul Victor Carazo a mai prezentat si pozitiile tarii sale in privinta marilor probleme diplomatice si in special recentele eforturi ale presedintelui Maduro pentru a pune de acord pozitiile tarilor membre si ne-membre ale OPEC pentru a pune capat crizei petrolului care zguduie lumea.
A mai fost prezentata si agenda diplomatica recenta a Presedintelui Maduro, incluzand vizita sa in Orientul Mijlociu si vizita la Vatican, unde Sfantul Parinte Papa Francisc a oferit bunele oficii ale bisericii catolice in medierea situatiei tensionate din Venezuela.
Presedintele IRICE, E.S. Professor Dr. Anton Caragea a beneficiat de aceasta oportunitate pentru a-si exprima sentimentele de prietenie si a subliniat interesul cu care Romania a urmarit recentele evolutii din Venezuela, incluzand politica presedintelui Nicolas Maduro de consolidare a dezvoltarii economice si a independentei Venezuelei si crearea unei perfecte unitati de sentimente si actiune intre popor si guvernul venezuelean in ciuda agitatiilor unei opozitii turbulente.
Analizand situatia din Venezuela: Presedintele IRICE – Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea si Ambasadorul Republicii Bolivariene a Venezuelei-Victor Ramon Carazo.
E.S. Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea a subliniat si cele mai noi evolutii diplomatice ale regiunii.
Printre rezultatele exceptionale ale perioadei au fost prezentate elemente precum: crearea ADUNARII PARLAMENTARE PENTRU IMPLEMENTAREA OBIECTIVELOR DE DEZVOLTARE DURABILA, o initiativa la nivel mondial ce este reprezentativa pentru prestigiul international al Romaniei, tara privita ca fiind o forta a moderatiei si neutralitatii, complet capabila sa sprijine parlamentelele lumii in indeplinirea obiectivelor de dezvoltare durabila.
Au mai fost prezentate si rezultatele vizitelor oficiale la nivel inalt, desfasurate de Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea in Regatul Cambodiei (Iunie 2016) si Republica Populara Democrata Laos (Septembrie 2016), vizite ce au permis relansarea relatiilor economice, politice si culturale dintre Romania si Indochina.
In finalul dialogului diplomatic, E.S. Ambasadorul Victor Ramon Carazo, a prezentat cele mai noi evolutii in relatia bilaterala si diversele manifestari de solidaritate ale poporului roman cu revolutia venezueleana si construirea de noi punti de dialog intre Romania si Venezuela.
Partile au apreciat ca intre Romania si Venezuela exista o larga arie de interese comune menite a garanta o buna intelegere intre doua tari.
Relatia intre Romania si Venezuela trebuie sa fie un exemplu pentru relatia intre Romania si America Latina.
Dialogul a continuat pe teme concrete, de analiza a relatiilor economice, politice si culturale intre cele doua tari si a metodelor practice de dezvoltare a acestora in viitor.
Dialogul si consultarile continue si regulate intre Venezuela si Romania reprezinta fundatia unei bune intelegeri si cunoasteri la nivelul popoarelor si celor doua state.
Cronica foto a intrevederii poate fi accesata aici: CABINET PRESEDINTE
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on October 11, 2016 at 8:10 AM|
In the end of 2015 United Nations announced the new world objectives for development and growth for all nations by 2030 under the name of Sustainable Development Goals.
The new 17-odd goals are aiming to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all, as part of a new world development agenda.
In order to fulfil this objectives, Parliaments across the world are called upon to bring their support and to enact legislation encouraging nations in the fulfilment of the 17 SDG`s.
The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania is deeply involved in constructing the Parliamentarian Assembly for Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (Parliaments Assembly).
The Parliamentarian Assembly for Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals will garner support from national parliaments across the world, interested in bringing world agenda for development in their national legislations and contribute to the international and global development and fulfilling the United Nations Agenda.
The first reunion of Parliamentarian Assembly for Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals will be held in Bucharest in December 2017, and will bring together, under the message of bringing to life the vaunted SDG Platform, the leaders of Parliaments and National Assemblies across the world.
IRICE President Professor Dr. Anton Caragea had stated for UN Sustainable Development publication that: he accepted the task to coordinate in the first five years the initiative, benefiting from his long-established role and expertise in uniting and engaging national legislators and make them involved in the implementation of development issues.
After the five years preparatory phase, will be created a Governing Body of advisors that includes MPs from National Parliaments and other experts to guide and effectively implement the programmes, concluded Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.
Supplementary information regarding the World Lectures on SDG can be obtained from official website
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on September 3, 2016 at 7:55 AM|
The Summer Trip for Diplomats, a yearly event, hosted by The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania has taken place between 20-25 August 2016, in the framework of DISCOVER ROMANIA program.
The DISCOVER ROMANIA program is aimed at giving an opportunity for diplomats posted in Romania to get acquainted with new areas of our country, to familiarize themselves with the rich customs and traditions of diverse regions of Romania and to also enjoy themselves in avfew days of active relaxation.
Diplomats preparing to borad the Danube Delta trip cruiser
Accordingly to the strict rules of the program, the invitation is a very sought after and distributed with parsimony , being invited only does diplomats who remark themselves during the year by cooperating closely with The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation.
This year our main destination and that ambassadors and their families, invited for the cruise, was Danube Delta, tell us Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, the President Director General of The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and we have many reasons for our decision to select Danube Delta as our destination.
We have previously organized a similar discovery trip during 2011 and I was remembering, with pleasure, the enthusiasm that ambassadors put in the discovery of the area and we want also to place in our program new and new destinations of Danube Delta.
The backwater channels of DANUBE DELTA
Another argument weight in was the opening of an extraordinary resort and hospitality complex in the area: PUFLENE RESORT.
This resort was to become the gravity center of our activities, to discover Danube Delta, and also our night base for a wonderful meal and recuperation after travel.
Water Lilly Sea in the center of DANUBE DELTA
The diplomats program was coined, with the help of PUFENE RESORT Director, Mr Mihai Puflene, a man in loved with the Danube and passionate about Danube Delta.
A specialised guide introduced diplomats to DANUBE DELTA hidden spots
The program encompassed, during day time, regular trips, that allowed diplomats to discover magnificent areas like: Murighiol Danube front, the lake Uzlina, the largest lake and a perfect fish reserve, the boats rolled also to the Lake Isac and Lake Isac 2, natural reserve of mangrove and typical vegetation, Litcov Channel and famous Crisan village, bedecked with traditional houses painted in blue and home to Russian minority in the Danube Delta.
Diplomats also enjoyed the trips to Sulina arm of Danube and finally, to the Letea Forest, UNESCO natural preserve, unique in the world.
The five days journey of discovery and travel where crowned also by relaxation time.
This is the magic of DANUBE DELTA as diplomats have seen it.
Ambassadors took full advantage of this time enjoying the PUFLENE RESORT many facilities like gym, wading pool and massage therapy and most of all, indulge in the culinary creation of the master chef of the complex.
Perch with Almonds
Mr. Mihai Puflene carved out a culinary discovery menu, including the fish broth, carp brine and the incredible stuffed pike.
Carving out the 2016 Summer Diplomatic Trip Program(l-r): Mr. Mihai Puflene the Manager of PUFLENE RESORT complex and Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, IRICE President.
The diplomatic trip to Danube Delta was a new success of the DISCOVERY ROMANIA program, started in 2008 by The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and will be followed this autumn by a discovery trip to Moldavia, stated Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.
The full photo journal of the 2016 Summer Diplomatic Trip can be observed here: PRESIDENT OFFICE
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on September 3, 2016 at 7:35 AM|
Ca in fiecare an, Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica a organizat, in perioada 20-25 august 2016, excursia de vara din cadrul programului Descopera Romania.
Programul Descopera Romania este directionat pentru a permite diplomatilor acreditati in Romania sa cunoasca noi si noi zone ale tarii noastre, sa se familiarizeze cu traditiile si bogatele obiceiuri ale diverselor regiuni ale Romaniei si de ce nu, sa se bucure de cateva zile de odihna activa.
Diplomatii se pregatesc de imbarcare (21 august 2016)
Invitatiile pentru acest program sunt extrem de cautate si sunt acceptati in aceasta calatorie de descoperire, conform unei reguli stricte, doar acei diplomati care s-au evidentiat prin activitatile lor de cooperare, desfasurate impreuna cu Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica.
In acest an tinta calatoriei noastre, ce i-a reunit pe ambasadori si familiile lor, a fost Delta Dunarii, ne-a declarat Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea, Presedintele Director General al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica si motivele acestei alegeri au fost multiple.
Mai organizasem o astfel de deplasare in 2011 si tineam minte entuziasmul cu care ambasadorii descoperisera zona si vroiam sa introducem in program noi si noi destinatii in Delta.
Descoperind DELTA: pe canalul Uzlina
In plus Delta Dunarii s-a dezvoltat enorm in ultimii ani si acum aveam extraordinarul complex de odihna PUFLENE RESORT, care sa fie centrul activitatilor noastre de decoperire si in acelasi timp baza noastra pentru noapte, pentru o masa buna si pentru recuperare.
Marea de Nuferi a Deltei
Programul diplomatilor a fost facut in acest an, cu ajutorul Directorului General al PUFLENE RESORT, dl Mihai Puflene, un extraordinar cunoscator al Deltei si mai ales un iubitor al ei.
Ghidul Diplomatilor prin Delta
Programul a cuprins plimbari cu barca si salupa in zone splendide precum: Murighiol, lacul Uzlina (cel mai mare lac din zona) Lacurile Isac 1 si Isac 2, zone ale rezervatiei de mangrove, unice in Europa, Canalul Litcov si opriri in vestitul sat cu case albastre si centru al rusilor lipoveni din zona: Crisan.
Diplomatii sau bucurat si de excursii pe bratul Sulina, pana la intalnirea cu Marea Neagra, si mai ales au fost impresionati de vizionarea Padurii Letea, monument natural UNESCO.
Cele cinci zile de calatorii si descoperiri au mai fost incununate si de odihna activa, ocazie cu care diplomatii sau bucurat de facilitatile complexului PUFLENE precum: piscina olimpica, sala de gimnastica si masaj si mai ales de specialitatile culinare ale zonei, toate selectate tot de specialistul programului: dl. Mihai Puflene.
ECCE DELTA! Aceasta este DELTA
Acesta este DELTA DUNARII asa cum au vazut-o diplomatii.
Intre bunatatile recomandate pentru a ilustra culinar Delta putem enumera: storceagul de sturion, ciorba de peste, saramura de crap si incredibila scrumbie umpluta.
Saramura de crap
Salau cu Migdale
Calatoria diplomatilor in Delta a fost un nou success al programului DESCOPERA ROMANIA, pornit in 2008 de Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica si va fi urmata de o noua calatorie in aceasta toamna vizand descoperirea Moldovei, a declarat Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea.
Planificand o excursie diplomatica de succes: Mihai Puflene-Director General PUFLENE RESORT si Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedintele IRICE
Albumul foto al calatoriei din vara 2016 poate fi accesat aici: CABINET PRESEDINTE
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on August 31, 2016 at 8:50 AM|
Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea a acceptat sarcina de Ambasador Global pentru Regatul Cambodgiei si isi va incepe activitatile de promovare cu ocazia Zilei Mondiale a Turismului din 27 septembrie 2016.
Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea este noul Ambasador al Regatului Cambodgiei in plan international (impreuna cu E.S. Academician Hun SEN, Primul Ministru al Regatului Cambdgiei, in dreapta imaginii Decretul regal de numire a noului Ambasador-Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea).
In data de 15 iulie 2016, Guvernul Majestatii sale, Regele Cambodgiei Norodom Sihamoni a anuntat ca in virtutea prerogativelor sale constitutionale a aprobat numirea Excelentei Sale Prof. Dr.Anton Caragea drept primul ambasador global al Regatului pentru promovarea culturala si turistica, cu toate drepturile, prerogativele si obligatiile conferite de titlul de Ambasador.
DECRETUL REGAL DE NUMIRE A PROF.DR. ANTON CARAGEA IN CALITATE DE AMBASADOR
Numirea vine in cuvenita recunoastere a activitatilor de promovare culturala si turistica la nivel mondial, desfasurate cu onoare si succes de catre Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea.
In data de 30 august 2016, Excelenta Sa Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea a anuntat ca accepta sarcina de a reprezenta Regatul Cambodgiei in plan international.
Regatul Cambodgiei reprezinta un exemplu in plan universal privind protectia culturala a unui patrimoniu vital pentru umanitate: mostenirea imperiului khmer.
Din punct de vedere al importantei si semnificatiei patrimoniului istoric, Cambodgia face parte dintr-un cerc restrans, ce cuprinde, in jur de 10 natiuni in plan universal, in baza criteriului importantei culturale.
Cambodgia beneficiaza insa si de un patrimoniu natural de invidiat, ce vine in completarea mandatului meu, inceput in 2008, de Ambasador al Ariilor Naturale Protejate si a Parcurilor Nationale, astfel incat cele doua actiuni pot fi desfasurate in paralel, a anuntat Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea.
Printre primele actiuni ale noului Ambasador se numara: derularea unei campanii in plan universal de prezentare a comorilor culturale si a potentialului istoric al Cambodgiei, impulsionarea legaturilor economice, turistice si culturale dintre Romania si Regatul Cambodgiei si impulsionarea unui program de investitii ecologice si de dezvoltare sustenabila in ferme de orez si matase din Cambodgia.
|Posted by Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation on August 31, 2016 at 8:40 AM|
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea had agreed to accept the role of Global Ambassador for Kingdom of Cambodia and will start the activities on the occasion of WORLD TOURISM DAY on 27 September 2016.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea receives the official appointment letter from H.E. Academician HUN SEN, Prime Minister of Kingdom of Cambodia (to the left of the image, the Credential`s letter of the Kingdom Global Ambassador-Professor Dr. Anton Caragea).
On July 15th 2016, the Royal Government of His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni of Cambodia had proclaimed that on: the virtue of his constitutional prerogatives had approved the appointment of His Excellency Professor Dr. Anton Caragea as Kingdom first global ambassador.
ROYAL DECREE-PRESIDENT ANTON CARAGEA
The role of the Ambassador office will be to contribute to promoting cultural and tourism profile of the Kingdom, with all the rights, prerogatives and obligations conferred upon the role of Ambassador.
The appointment come in well deserved recognition of the cultural and tourism world level promotion activities implemented with outstanding success by H.E. Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.
On August 30, 2016 , Professor Dr. Anton Caragea had announced that he accepted the task to internationally represent the Kingdom of Cambodia.
The Kingdom of Cambodia represents a world example for cultural protection of a patrimony vital for humanity: the heritage of Khmer Empire.
On the point of view of importance and significance of historical patrimony Cambodia is part of a very selective circle that encompass no more than 10 nations on world level from the point of view of cultural significance.
Cambodia is also benefiting from an impressive natural patrimony, that come as a completion of my mandate, started in 2008, as World Ambassador for World Protected Areas and National Parks, so the two actions can be competed together, stated Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.
Amongst the first actions toping the agenda of the new Ambassador we can highlight: the launch a world-wide campaign to promote the paragon role of Cambodia`s cultural and historical heritage, giving a new impetus of economic, tourism and cultural connections between Romania and the Kingdom of Cambodia and carving a program of cultural and ecological investments in sustainable agricultural projects in silk and rice farms in Cambodia.
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On the framework of the 9th Meeting of the European Tourism organization, held at the Romanian Parliament, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea MA, FINS, ETA, presented a tourism analysis and evaluation report entitled: CAMBODIA: THE LAND OF MAGIC- THE PLACE WHERE GOD`S AND KINGS BUILD THE WORLD!
The report noted the reasons for awarding WORLD BEST TOURISM DESTINATION FOR 2016 PRIZE to CAMBODIA:
• The excellent preservation of humanity landmarks such as: the Temple of Preah Vihear- the heart of ancient Indochina.
The temple outstanding history can be traced to the 9th century, when the hermitage was founded.
Today the site is particularly well preserved and is offering to the visitors an outstanding vision of grandeur, thanks to his exceptional for the quality of its architecture, which is adapted to the natural environment and the religious function of the temple, as well as for the exceptional quality of its carved stone ornamentation.
The Siem Reap province is home to the majestically and unique Angkor Archaeological Park – the residence of the Khmer’s Kings from 9th to 15th century.
Angkor Wat Temple located in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Today this incredible humanity legacy, stretching over some 400 sq.km, including forested area, Angkor Archaeological Park contains the magnificent remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century.
They include the famous Temple of Angkor Watt and, at Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple with its countless sculptural decorations.
All this sites where recognized as being of world significance and registered as UNESCO World heritage monuments.
• The rich cultural and historical legacy of Cambodia is not limited to the previous presented list.
In order to fully grasp the natural potential of Cambodia natural parks and natural reservations we must look at the potential of these regions designated in 1993 Royal Decree on the Protection of Natural Areas.
Bayon Temple: one of the humanity landmarks
They are encompassing 23 protected areas, which at the time covered more than 18% of the country’s total land area.
The royal decree divides the areas into four distinct categories: natural parks (sometimes described as ‘national parks’), wildlife preserves, protected scenic view areas (sometimes described as ‘protected landscapes’) and multi-purpose areas.
Cambodia is also home to rarely and valuable Ramsar sites rated accordingly to RAMSAR CONVENTION of June 1999:
A stretch along the Mekong River approximately 37 km long and 14,600 hectares in Stung Treng Province
Boeng Chhmar and associated river system and floodplain, 28,000 hectares in Kampong Thom and Siem Reap provinces (part of a designated multiple use area)
Koh Kapik and associated islets, 12,000 hectares in Koh Kong province (part of a designated wildlife sanctuary).
The awe conquering Angkor Thom Temple- a part of humanity legacy.
• Giving tourists access to outstanding and pristine nature and the opportunity to explore nature, to contribute to ecological preservation, and the opportunity to visit extraordinary places.
All these regions and national parks are a model of achieving ecological and green tourism that must be recognized throughout the world.
New prominent landmarks are to be added to UNESCO list such as: Angkor Borei and Phnom Da, the former celebrated as the ancient capital of Kingdom of Cambodia under the name of Vyadhapura and pace at the confluence of Mekong and Stun Sla Ku. This is now home to perfect archeological treasures like sculptures and stones star shaped called stelae.
Phnom Da is famous for his caves, the mud tower and the all sought Ashram Maha Rosei, made in long standing stone and celebrated as a model of architectural ingenuity made out of interior monk housing units blending in the exterior wall.
Tonle Sap River is the former capital of Royal Cambodia in 17th century from 1740 to 1746.
Udong is now a perfect example of a sprawling royal city, but also a royal necropolis gathering the funerary temples of kings that offered to Cambodia a chance of survival in the country darkest times.
Udong is the proof of the resilience and endurance of Khmer spirit in time of peril and dangers.
The project ONES VILLAGE/ONES PRODUCT designed to promote social fair tourism, to sustain rural production and to bring about the rebirth of traditional craftsmanship created and promoted by H.E. Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo HUN SEN, Prime Minister of Cambodia , is a perfect way of sharing revenue, growing income and supporting marginal and rural communities development.
The way in which social-tourism has become the base for local economic development, for empowerment of remote community and supporting educational and vocational projects benefiting the communities, makes social-fair tourism, the lesson that today-the KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA is offering to the world.
• The ongoing development and protection of cultural, religious and historical shrines of the Kingdom of Cambodia, the transformation of Angkor Region into a historical and spiritual center, offering to the visitors a glimpse into rich culture and heritage of peoples of Cambodia.
Angkor must be the world center of religious pilgrimage and cultural tourism offering to world tourists the complex healing experience of cultural legacy, religious special atmosphere and faith imbued air.
• The preservation of outstanding historical and cultural heritage in the form of the former capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Angkor cultural complex, an ample palatial complex from the 9th Century, offering an incredible sense of magnificence of one of the Asia greatest empire.
The sacred mountain of Udong-Cambodia
• Today, Cambodia offers tourists bound for the country a rich and perfect open air collection with a rare presence of historical and archaeological treasures that educate and enrich the world.
• The KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA is also a perfect center for river trips and adventure tourism, offering large areas suitable for this special kind of tourism, and the necessary infrastructure to welcome the adventure seeker, its safety and peace, makes the country, one of the world’s top adventure river destinations that make the KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA as a perfect cultural class destination.
In the speech conclusions, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, MA,FINS, ETA proposed CAMBODIA as the winner of WORLD BEST TOURIST DESTINATION FOR 2016 and as receiver of the FAVORITE CULTURAL DESTINATION distinction for 2016.
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Professor Dr. Anton Caragea will deliver the opening speech on the occasion of World Tourism Assembly, to be held in Phnom Penh, and will also lead the felicitous moment of unveiling of 2016 World Tourism Awards.
In the last five years, IRICE President had the honor of leading the world tourism ceremonies, in sign of recognition and gratitude for his instrumental role in promoting Sustainable Development Goals agenda on world level, for his exertions on promoting fair and sustainable tourism and carving the concept of socially oriented and fair tourism.
This year, at the proposal of Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, the world meeting on tourism will highlight the role of culture and historical patrimony in the XXI century world.
Equally on the proposal of President Dr. Anton Caragea the concept of «Khmer Shrok» was recognized and inscribed as part of immaterial humanity cultural heritage.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE President presiding over European Tourism Conference-12 June 2016.
The ceremony will be held in Phonm Penh on 22 of June 2016, gathering high-level political representatives, including Heads of State and Government, and Ministers of Tourism, Finance, Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation, as well as all relevant institutional stakeholders, non-governmental organizations and business sector entities.
The delegation headed by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE President will also review the role and potential of the cultural and historical region of Angkor Archeological Preserve comprising 300 sq. km of invaluable architectural and religious treasures dating from the Khmer Empire time from 9th to 16th century.
The familiarization and evaluation trip, of the incredible cultural patrimony of Kingdom of Cambodia, will be centered on Province of Siem Reap, between 16 to 19 June 2016.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-IRICE President and H.E. Prime Minister of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia-Academician Hailemariam Desalegn on the occasion of 2015 World Tourism Conference (Addis Ababa).
The delegation led by Professor Dr. Anton Caragea will have also meetings with H.E. Prime Minister of Cambodia – Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo- Academician HUN SEN, Minister of Culture-Chea Bora, Minister of Tourism- Mr. Thong Khon, , Ministers of Energy and Economy and Minister of Foreign Affairs in order to develop the bilateral relations.
The delegation will also enjoy a sophisticated cultural program including visits to Angkor Watt, Angkor Thom, boat trip on Tonle Sap, Mekong river cruise to Utong, former royal capital in XVII century and a tour of Phnom Penh surrounding areas , home to hundreds of temples of incredible cultural and historical value.
The official visit of the delegation headed by President Dr. Anton Caragea will take place from 14 to 24 June 2016.
Cambodia is enjoying today a rapid and dynamic growth, being one of the most developed countries in Indochina.
The relations between Romania – Indochina region are driven by the partnership with our country main diplomatic and political partners in the region: Cambodia and Laos PDR.
Cambodia and Laos are the most developed nations in the region, with regular high level visits and exchange of delegation and continuous political dialogue.
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European Tourism organization will held his regular yearly meeting in Romania, in a sign of confidence in the country rapid tourism industry development.
On the occasion of the tourism organization will be tabled: increased regional cooperation, visa facilitation and the better promotion of European tourism.
These are some of the topics in focus at the 9th Meeting of the European Tourism organization-ECTT to be held in Bucharest, Romania, 10-11 June 2016.
Europe is the world’s most visited region and is the main source of outbound tourism to other destination, accounting for more than half of the world’s international travelers.
Palace of Parliament is preparing to host European Tourism Organization meeting.
In 2014, international tourism in Europe had registered a major contribution to the economic recovery in the region: international tourist arrivals grew by 3% to reach a record 584 million, while international tourism receipts increased by 4% contributing US$ 509 billion (383 billion euro) to the European economies.
European tourism delegates will partake in a week-end of discovery of the Babadag Lake region and Enisala (art and strategic medieval fortification).
The 9th Meeting of the European Tourism organization will be held at the Romanian parliament.
Hotel ROYAL-BEST ROMANIAN HOTEL IN 2016
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director general of IRICE and President-elect of European Tourism will play host to representatives from 28 European countries and other tourism stakeholders in the region to discuss policy priorities and set the agenda for European and world tourism in 2016-2017.
On 12 and 13 June 2016, the delegates will be invited to a familiarization trip in Lake District of Romania and will visit the famous Enisala fortress in Dobrogea having thus the opportunity to discover Romanian touristic landscapes.
Professor Dr. Anton Caragea is signing the European Tourism Organization meeting call.
The main priorities for European tourism identified by the European national tourism organizations will include the development of cultural destinations and carving transnational products, in order to enhance regional and inter-nations travel cooperation, declared President-Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.
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Cresterea cooperarii regionale, facilitarea obtinerii de vize si mai buna promovare a turismului european, sunt cateva din principalele teme ce vor fi dezbatute in cadrul celei de a 9-a reuniuni a organizatiei europene de turism-ECTT, ce va avea loc in Bucuresti, Romania, intre 10 si 11 iunie 2016.
Palatul Parlamentului va gazdui cea de a 9-a reuniune a organizatiei europene de turism.
Europa este cea mai vizitata regiune a lumii si principala sursa de turism extern, pentru alte destinatii, fiind punctul de pornire a mai mult de jumatate din numarul total al turistilor internationali.
In 2014, turismul international in Europa a reusit sa contribuie la redresarea economica a continentului: sosirile de turisti au crescut cu 3%, ajungand la peste 584 milioane de calatori, iar veniturile aduse din turism au crescut cu 4%, ajungand la peste 383 de miliarde de euro pentru economiile europene.
Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea pregateste cea de a 9-a reuniune de turism.
Conform deciziei luate de organizatia europeana a turismului anul trecut, Romania are deosebita onoare si responsabilitate de a gazdui reuniunea la nivel inalt a organizatiilor de turism si promovare turistica.
Delegatii europeni se vor bucura de un week-end in zona lacului Babadag si a cetatii Enisala (monument de arta si fortificatie medievala).
Astfel cea de a 9-a reuniune a turismului european se va desfasura la Palatul Parlamentului din Bucuresti intre 10 si 11 iunie 2016, sub conducerea Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedinte Director General IRICE, Presedinte al Consiliului de Turism si Comert la nivel european si va gazdui reprezentanti din peste 28 de natiuni europene si reprezentanti ai industriei turismului, ce vor putea discuta prioritatile de promovare si agenda de politica turistica pentru perioada 2016/2017.
Liderii turismului european vor vizita si cele mai bune hoteluri din Bucuresti, precum Mariott si hotelul Royal, singurele hoteluri recomandate pentru evenimente diplomatice si de reprezentare internationale.
Intre 12 si 13 iunie 2016, delegatii europeni vor fi invitati sa descopere regiunea lacurilor din Romania si sa viziteze cetatea Enisala din Dobrogea pentru a se familiariza cu potentialul turistic al Romaniei.
Principalele teme de discutie ale intalnirii, identificate de organizatiile de turism din diversele natiuni europene, includ: dezvoltarea turismului cultural si crearea de produse turistice trans-nationale, menite sa dezvolte cooperarea regionala si inter-natiuni, a declarat Presedintele reuniunii, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea.
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On May 4 2016, the taking office protocol meeting, between Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, President Director-General of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and H.E. Kim Eun-joong, Ambassador of Republic of Korea, had taken place.
President Anton Caragea and Ambassador Kim Eun Joong -South Korea
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, President Director-General of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and H.E. Kim Eun-joong, Ambassador of Republic of Korea.
In the beginning of the meeting Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea express his heartfelt congratulations, on the occasion of beginning of mandate of H.E. Kim Eun-joong, marking a new beginning in the bilateral strategic relation.
In his speech, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea had appreciated that Romania and Korea share a common history and tradition and a similar strategic location on world map.
Korea and Romania are also enjoying a strong and stable economic relation, an open, sustained and substantial political dialogue and a common sentiment of brotherhood.
All this are elements that could serve as a bridge of good understanding between the two nations.
The Romania-Korea strategic friendship must be an example of constructing strong relations between Romania and Pacific area.
H.E. Kim Eun-joong had expressed his appreciation for the encouragement`s offered by Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea and had stated that the vision of an economic, politic and cultural special relationship, between Romania and Korea, is an equally shared vision.
The dialogue between the Romanian and Korean officials had continued on concrete aspects and analyses of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations and on ways of fostering and enriching this dialogue on to the future.
Concrete fallow-up actions where established as: expanding cultural and educational cooperation, emphasizing parliamentary cooperation and fostering the dialogue in the political sphere.
The dialogue led the foundations of a successful diplomatic mandate and offered the solutions necessary to foster and develop the friendly relations between Romanian and Korea and constitutes a promise to continue a successful direction on Romanian diplomatic action.
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In data de 4 mai 2016 a avut loc intrevederea protocolara, de incepere a mandatului, intre Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, Presedinte Director-General al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica si Excelenta Sa Kim Eun-joong- Ambasadorul Republicii Coreea in Romania.
President Anton Caragea and Ambassador Kim Eun Joong -South Korea
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, Presedinte Director-General al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica si Excelenta Sa Kim Eun-joong – Ambasadorul Republicii Coreea in Romania.
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea a prezentat felicitarile sale cu ocazia inceperii mandatului domnului Kim Eun-joong si cu ocazia numirii sale drept ambasador al Repubicii Coreea in Romania, apreciind aceasta decizie ca un semn ilustrativ pentru dimensiunea strategica a relatiei bilaterale.
Totodata Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea a apreciat ca relatia strategica dintre Romania si Coreea este extrem de solida si bazata pe o istorie similara si pe o lunga serie de traditii commune.
La acestea se adauga legaturi economice ample, un dialog politic consistent, solid si permanent si o legatura frateasca ceea ce face din relatia Romania-Coreea un model in regiune.
Practic relatia intre Romania si Coreea se constituie intr- un exemplu pentru relatia intre Romania si zona Pacificului.
In ultimii ani dialogul bilateral a cunoscut o amploare si o seriozitate extraordinara, ceea ce obliga la continuarea acestuia si la dezvoltarea a noi si noi zone de cooperare si apropiere intre cele doua natiuni.
Excelenta Sa Kim Eun-joong a apreciat incurajarile venite din partea Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea si a apreciat ca viziunea din partea coreeana este similara: Romania isi ocupa economic, cultural si politic locul privilegiat in relatia cu Coreea.
Dialogul a continuat pe teme concrete, de analiza a relatiilor economice, politice si culturale intre cele doua tari si a metodelor practice de dezvoltare a acestora in viitor.
Au fost discutate apoi programe bilaterale concrete precum: dezvoltarea de proiecte culturale si educationale comune, imbunatatirea dialogului parlamentar si extinderea dialogului politic.
Dialogul a pus bazele unei mandat de succes pentru dezvoltarea relatiei intre Romania si Coreea si promite continuarea unei directii de actiune diplomatica de succes a Romaniei.
Informatii suplimentare de PR in legatura cu inceperea mandatului noului ambasador al Republicii Coreea pot fi gasite aici: CABINET PRESEDINTE
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Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, President Director-General of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation (IRICE) and H.E. Hussain Taha Hassan SINJARI – Ambassador of Iraq to Romania held a round of consultation on April 19, 2016.
A handshake of friendship: Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and H.E. Ambassador Hussain Taha Hassan SINJARI
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea express his heartily congratulation for the activities and results achieved in the last span of time, in the bilateral relation between Romania and Iraq, and highlighted the fact that: between Romanian and Iraq we can observe a large area of common interests , designed to forge a good understanding between the two nations.
The Romania- Iraqcooperation had become a model for all the countries in the region and this model must be presented as a perfect pattern of cooperation between Romania and Middle Eastern countries.
The mandate of H. E. Ambassador Hussain Taha Hassan SINJARI has proven that: Romania can have a sustained and perfect relation with the countries in the Middle East, even in this difficult political and strategic environment of today.
H.E. Hussain Taha Hassan SINJARI presented the new route plan for the embassy activity in 2016 comprising: the opening of Romania-Iraqi Commercial Chamber, bolstering the bilateral economic cooperation, enhancing political and diplomatic exchanges and express his confidence in the support offered by the Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation in fulfilling these tasks.
Tabled at the meeting: heavy diplomatic files: economic cooperation, medical assistance and cultural liaisons.
The most important achievement of the embassy is starting to carve out, with IRICE support, a program for medical assistance for Iraqi woonded.
The ambitious program will allow Iraqi patiants to be weel look after in high level Romanian hospitals and leisure facilities insuring them a full physic and psihological recovery.
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea pledged his continous support in developing the medical support scheme for Iraq and stated that the vision of developing and fostering new economic, politic and cultural relations between the two nations is a shared vision.
The consultations had continued on concrete aspects and analyses of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations and on ways of fostering this dialogue on to the future.
Especially important was the common analysis of the region problems and evolutions and the shared vision in a Middle East free of terrorism, living in peace and development, a vision that drive`s Iraq and Romania towards cooperation with a mutual goal.
The regular consultations between the two officials will foster the relations between Romanian and Iraq and constitutes a model for diplomatic dialogue for all the countries.
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Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, Presedintele Director General al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica (IRICE) si E.S. Hussain Taha Hassan SINJARI, Ambasadorul Republicii Irak au avut un dialog substantial, in cadrul consultarilor regulate romano-irakiene, intrevedere ce a avut loc in data de 19 aprilie 2016.
Strangere de mana a prieteniei: Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea si E.S. Ambasador Hussain Taha Hassan SINJARI
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea a prezentat felicitarile sale pentru toate activitatile realizate de personalul ambasadei in ultima perioada, in special in domeniile dialogului cultural si politic bilateral si a apreciat ca intre Romania si Irak exista o larga arie de interese comune, menite a garanta o buna intelegere intre cele doua tari.
Relatia intre Romania si Irak este deja un exemplu pentru relatia intre Romania si zona Orientului Mijlociu.
Este acesta un model care trebuie popularizat aratand ca in pofida dificultatilor strategice, relatia bilaterala cu zona Orientului Mijlociu poate sa se dezvolte continuu.
Ambasadorul Hussain Taha Hassan SINJARI –a prezentat planul de actiune pentru anul 2016 al ambasadei, plan ce prevede inaugurarea Camerei de Comert Romania-Irak, impulsionarea schimburilor bilaterale, dezvoltarea legaturilor politice si diplomatice si si-a exprimat increderea ca va continua a se bucura in acest proiect de sprijinul Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica.
Cea mai importanta realizare a ambasadei este, fara indoiala, demararea, cu sprijinul IRICE, a unui ambitios program de asistenta medicala pentru ranitii din Irak.
Acest proiect va permite pacientilor din Irak sa se bucure de ingrijirea medicala de exceptie din Romania si de conditiile necesare unei recuperari fizice si psihologice complete.
Dosare importante in dezbatere: economie, cooperare medicala si culturala.
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea si a exprimat decizia de a continua sa asiste ambasada Irakului in realizarea programului de asistenta medicala si a remarcat ca Romania trebuie sa isi dezvolte relatia privilegiata in plan economic, cultural si politic cu Irak-ul.
De o deosebita importanta a fost analiza comuna a problemelor si solutiilor ce vor permite ca zona Orientului Mijlociu sa se bucure de pace si dezvoltare fara amenintarea terorismului.
Viziunea comuna a unui Orient Mijlociu al pacii, este ceea ce impinge Irak-ul si Romania spre cooperare, au apreciat partile.
Consultarile regulate, intre inaltii oficiali, au pus bazele pentru dezvoltarea relatiei intre Romania si Irak si se constituie intr-un model de actiune diplomatica pentru toate tarile.
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On March 11, 2016, the taking office protocol and presentation meeting between Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, President Director General of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania and H.E. Tajul Aman Mohammad, Ambassador of Malaysia in Romania had taken place.
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea express his heart felted congratulation on the occasion of beginning of mandate of Mr. Tajul Aman Mohammad, appreciating that Romanian and Malaysia are enjoying a long and productive history of cultural, economic and political cooperation and a large area of dialogue, destined to be conducive to a good understanding between the two nations.
The Romania- Malaysia cooperation has the ability to become an example of building an economic and cultural exchange area between East Asia and Romania, remarked Professor Anton Caragea.
Now it is an auspicious moment to enliven the diplomatic dialogue and friendship between Romania and Malaysia, as we are witnessing the political and economic will for such an improvement.
H.E. Tajul Aman Mohammad remarked with satisfaction and appreciation the encouragement`s offered by Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea and had stated that: the wish and desire for an economic, politic and cultural special friendship between Malaysia and Romania is a common shared vision.
The dialogue had continued on concrete themes for economic actions such as: cooperating on tourism and trade in the framework offered by European Council on Tourism and Trade decisions, in order to promote bilateral tourism and investments related to tourism sector.
Other spheres of economic cooperation where highlighted on agricultural sector and on communication, mobile technology and other areas of high technology where Romania is having an international recognized know how.
IRICE President accepted to meet with a parliamentary delegation from Malaysia in order to promote cooperation on this level of parliamentarian and democratic institutional dialogue.
During the meeting where tabled also different aspects and analyses of economic, political and cultural bilateral relations and on ways of fostering this dialogue on to the future.
The all-encompassing dialogue created the foundations for a successful diplomatic mandate of H.E. Ambassador Tajul Aman Mohammad and created the necessary environment to foster the relations between Romanian and Malaysia and constitutes a promise for re-launching a traditional Romanian diplomatic action towards Malaysia.
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In data de 11 martie 2016, ambasadorul Malaeziei in Romania, E.S. Tajul Aman Mohammad si-a inceput misiunea la Bucuresti cu intrevederea protocolara, de prezentare, cu Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea, Presedintele Director General al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica.
Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea a prezentat felicitarile sale, cu ocazia inceperii mandatului domnului Tajul Aman Mohammad, apreciind ca intre Romania si Malaezia exista o lunga traditie plina de rezultate pozitive de cooperare politica si dialog cultural precum si o larga arie de interese comune, menite a garanta o buna intelegere intre cele doua tari.
Relatia intre Romania si Malaezia are posibilitatea de a fi un exemplu, pentru construirea unei zone de schimburi culturale si economice intre Romania si Asia.
Acum exista momentul propice pentru reluarea dialogului bilateral si ridicarea lui la nivelul asteptarilor celor doua popoare, deoarece exista vointa bilaterala, necesara acestei dezvoltari.
Excelenta Sa Dl. Tajul Aman Mohammad a apreciat cu satisfactie incurajarile venite din partea Prof. Dr. Anton Caragea si a apreciat ca viziunea din partea malaeziana este similara : Romania trebuie sa isi ocupe economic, cultural si politic, locul privilegiat in relatia cu Malaysia.
Dialogul a continuat pe teme concrete, fiind analizate principalele arii de actiune economica precum: cooperarea in cadrul de actiune oferit de Consiliul European pentru Comert si Turism (EUROPEAN COUNCIL ON TOURISM AND TRADE), pentru a promova turismul si investitiile in domeniu.
Alte puncte de cooperare economica au vizitat investitiile in agricultura, unde o delegatie malaeziana este asteptata pentru contracte in luna martie 2016.
A mai fost vizata si cooperarea in domeniul tehnologiei comunicatiilor si telefoniei mobile.
In cursul dialogului a avut loc o analiza a relatiilor politice si culturale dintre cele doua tari si a metodelor practice de dezvoltare a acestora in viitor.
Presedintele IRICE a acceptat sa primeasca, in luna martie, vizita unei delegatii parlamentare din Malaezia pentru a promova cooperarea si pe acest palier al dialogului democratic.
Dialogul cuprinzator a pus bazele unei mandat de succes pentru , E.S. Tajul Aman Mohammad si pentru dezvoltarea relatiei intre Romania si Malaysia.