President Klaus Iohannis on Tuesday welcomed NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow to discuss security challenges and risks in the eastern areas of NATO.
Vershbow is in Bucharest to attend a summit meeting of Central and Eastern Europe on Wednesday.
The Presidential Administration reports that the conversation focused on security challenges and risks in the Euro-Atlantic space, with emphasis on the eastern part of the Alliance, as well as on the latest developments in the implementation of NATO’s adaptation measures to meet the challenges.
President Iohannis underscored that Bucharest City hosting a summit meeting of Central and Eastern Europe reflects the preoccupations and determination of the participating countries to bring their contribution to achieving the objectives.
In his turn, Vershbow hailed the initiative of the summit meeting in Bucharest, which he says is an important demarche in the strengthening of the entire Alliance, the Presidential Administration also reports.
NATO’s Vershbow, homage at Colectiv: All these human lives cut short, a loss for Romania
All the human lives cut short in the fire of Friday at Colectiv club in Bucharest city is a huge loss for the people and the country, NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow said Tuesday in Bucharest at Colectiv club where he paid homage to the fire victims.
He said that such disasters have happened in other countries as well, and that they are always a tragedy to those involved.
Such disasters, he said, have happened in many countries and it is always a tragedy to the families and all those involved, and I am sharing the pain of those people. All these human lives cut short are a loss for the people and the country, said Vershbow.