Romania’s Foreign Policy towards the Countries of the Middle East – Commented in the Egyptian Press (1971)

  • Daniela Osiac Institute of the Romanian Revolution of December 1989
Keywords: As-Sayed Aliwa, The Egyptian Magazine, Middle East, Romania, Israel

Abstract

The article refers to the objective and relevant analysis made by the Egyptian journalist As-Sayed Aliwa on the subject of the diplomatic, political and economic relations between Romania and the countries of the Middle East. It also expounds Romania’s position on the Middle East crisis, emphasising that the Romanian government was supporting the following: the cessation of all military operations in the area; the withdrawal of troops from the occupied Arab territories; a solution for the Palestinian population; a political settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict; ensuring the right to existence of all states in the region.

Author Biography

Daniela Osiac, Institute of the Romanian Revolution of December 1989

PhD, Researcher at Institute of the Romanian Revolution of December 1989

Published
2015-05-30
Section
Articles