A Supreme Council for National Defence (CSAT) meeting chaired by President Klaus Iohannis will take place on Friday, its agenda including the current situation in the public health care system, a release by the Presidential Administration informs.
According to the source, the CSAT meeting will tackle the activity of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) on 2015 and its main goals for 2016 and the current situation of the public health care system – the hospital infections as a vulnerability of the medical sector with an impact on the national security.
The CSAT agenda will also include: Romania’s military strategy, the programme on the transformation, the development and the endowment of the Romanian Army by 2026, the stage of the relevant ministry’s (Ministry of National Defence – MApN) objectives and priorities, as set by the country’s defence planning Directive, in 2015, the army forces Romania could send in missions and operations outside the country, in 2017, Romania’s mandate to the July NATO Summit in Warsaw, the stage and evolution of the project for reactors 3 and 4 of the Cernavoda nuclear plant.
The sitting is to start at 11:00 a.m. The last CSAT meeting took place on 15 March 2016.