President Klaus Iohannis met on Tuesday, on the sidelines of the United Nations Organisation’s General Assembly, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, to whom he talked about the situation of Ukraine, the reform of the organization and the strengthening of Romania’s stance as UN active member.
According to the Presidential Administration, the meeting marked an anniversary moment both for the UN, 70 years since the signing of the UN Charter, and for Romania, 60 years since it joined the UN.
The two high officials exchanged opinions on current topics on the international agenda and highlighted the UN importance in the global security architecture.
“Romania’s President expressed confidence that the nations’ dialogue, at its highest level, is paramount to managing the issues the humankind is confronting. In this context, he reasserted the importance Romania gives to observing the international law and its legal institutions, and stressed the commitment of our country to contribute to the approaches of the multilateral diplomacy, which aims at fulfiling the global objectives,” the Presidential Administration informs.