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September 16, 2021

FM Corlatean participates in NATO foreign ministers reunion

The Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister Titus Corlatean participate yesterday and today in Brussels in the foreign ministers’ reunion of the North-Atlantic Organization’s member states, a release sent to Agerpres by the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) informs. Topics specific to Romania’s and NATO’s priority interests, such as: transatlantic relationship’s consolidation, Alliance’s key-role strengthening in the international security area and necessity to shape a prominent NATO profile within the new challenges in strategic fields, such as energy and cybersecurity, will be approached by the chief diplomat. With this occasion, Romania’s chief of diplomacy is to reaffirm the importance of the NATO commitment regarding the ‘open doors’ politics based on the individual progress of the aspiring states. At the same time, minister Corlatean will uphold the importance of a pragmatic cooperation with the Russian Federation, review our country’s priority interests in the context of the finalization of the ISAF operation and reaffirm Romania’s availability to contribute to the NATO future mission in Afghanistan after 2014.

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