Missile defense and the Black Sea region, Romania’s agenda for Chicago summit

The Supreme Defense Council (CSAT) ruled and approved, in its Thursday session, the mandate of the Romanian delegation in the NATO Summit of Chicago, scheduled for May this year. According to a press release issued by the Presidential Administration, it will have as guidelines, among other topics, the anti-missile defense, continuing the commitment of the international community in Afghanistan, identifying viable solutions that will contribute to consolidating the military capabilities of the Alliance, the policy of partnerships and the NATO enlargement process, as well as reiterating the importance of the extended Black Sea region. During the same meeting, CSAT decided “to limit the recruitment of police and military personnel from external sources” and to regulate a new career management system. The members of CSAT decided that a medium and long-term (2020) strategy should be drafted by the Ministry of Administration and Interior (MAI), in order to corroborate the outflow and inflow of personnel with the number of trainees that graduate specific courses over this interval. We remind that President Traian Basescu recently said on TV that CSAT will discuss about dismissing the MAI employees that are not properly trained, with emphasis on “the people hired without selection in 2006-2007.”

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