Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu will participate in the Munich Security Conference on February 6 through 8, to discuss terrorism and the situations in Ukraine and the Middle East, a release of the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) informs.
Other major topics under debate are the prolonged conflicts in Europe; Pacific geopolitics; cyber and hybrid warfare; and the perspectives of the world order.
‘The conference in Munich is an important opportunity of including Romania’s evaluations and approaches into the European and Euro-Atlantic exchange of ideas, aiming at the identification of solutions to the existing security problems. The head of Romanian diplomacy will present to the Conference Romania’s concerns about the aggravation of the state of instability in the extended region of the Black Sea, in the context of worsening of the conflict situation in Ukraine and of protracting frozen conflicts; he will propose our country’s vision on the identification of viable solutions,’ the aforementioned document reads.
According to the MAE, on the sides of this event, Aurescu will also have bilateral meetings with his counterparts, with international high officials and leaders of the organizations of Germans of Romanian origin.