Romania’s President Klaus Iohannis says the recent statement by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg related to a multinational brigade in Romania confirms the fact that the country’s initiatives and objectives at the ongoing NATO Summit in Warsaw will be found in the final documents of the meeting.
He also says the NATO summit will discuss important projects to Romania’s security.
“Today, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has announced NATO will turn a Romanian brigade into a multinational brigade to strengthen NATO’s presence in South-Eastern Europe and to defend against attacks coming from outside the alliance. The statement thus confirms that the initiatives and objectives advocated by Romania at this summit are shaping up and will be found in the final documents of the meeting,” Iohannis said in a Facebook post on Friday.
ForMin Comanescu to attend NATO Summit; to discuss, among others, Alliance relations with EU
Foreign Minister Lazar Comanescu will participate in the NATO summit that will take place in Warsaw on Friday and Saturday and will participate in discussions that also include as a subject the relations of the Alliance with the European Union, a release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) remitted on Thursday to Agerpres.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs will participate in the summit as part of the delegation led by President Klaus Iohannis.
On this occasion, the Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs will participate, on Friday, in a ministerial meeting of the NATO-Georgia Commission, with discussions to focus on the stage of implementation of Allied measures for the support of Georgia, decided upon at the previous summit in the United Kingdom. New measures for the support of Georgia are also to be adopted, their theme being consolidation of political dialogue with the Alliance as well as the practical dimension.
Furthermore, on Friday evening, the head of Romanian diplomacy will participate in a working dinner of the Allied foreign ministers, with the participation of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, as well as the foreign ministers of NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partners – Australia, Georgia, Finland, Jordan and Sweden. There will be an opinion exchange on the current security situation in the eastern and southern vicinity of NATO, as well as on the Alliance’s response to this changing security climate, including the dimension of support for partner states.
The state of the EU-NATO relation will also be discussed, as well as opportunities to consolidate the strategic partnership between the two organizations.