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We have reasons to be certain that Americans make right choice, transatlantic relation continues

There are reasons showing that the American people 'will make the right choice' and the transatlantic relation will not only go on, but it will strengthen, since "no alternative to it" exists, said on Tuesday Romania's Foreign Minister Lazar Comanescu.

"I believe we have reasons to be certain that the American people will make the right choice and (...) that the transatlantic relation will not only go on, but it will strengthening too. There is no alternative to the further consolidation of the transatlantic relation," Comanescu told a joint news conference with his Polish counterpart, Witold Waszczykowski.

Poland's official said in his turn that the outcome of the US election could affect the relations in the transatlantic area. When asked what are his expectations from the next American president and from the US, Waszczykowski answered: "We work with the solutions decided by the American nation."

Being asked whether there will be any difference if Donald Trump wins the election, the Polish diplomacy's head said that emphasis should not be put on the electoral campaign's rhetoric, which in his opinion could be different from what will happen afterwards.

There are different rules during the campaign. It happens in the US, and it also happens in Europe so I would not consider the ideas and words mentioned during the campaign that they will be the ones guiding the future president, said the Polish dignitary.

Source: Romanian National News Agency AGERPRES

 

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