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December 3, 2021

Romania interested in energy security partnership with US

On Friday, Romanian secretary of state Bogdan Aurescu informed US State Department’s new Central Europe Director Michael Morrow of Romania’s firm interest to cooperate in the energy security domain, including by having the US transfer expertise and technology. According to a Ministry of Foreign Affairs communiqué, the two officials jointly evaluated a series of important bilateral cooperation elements in the context of the recent signing of the agreement on deploying elements of the US missile shield in Romania and of the adoption of the Joint Statement on Strategic Partnership for the 21st Century. The two also exchanged views on regional issues of common interest, with an emphasis on the Western Balkans and Black Sea areas.

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