The Supreme Council for National Defence (CSAT) will meet today at Cotroceni Palace to establish measures and actions to be carried out for implementing decisions adopted at the recent NATO Summit in Warsaw.
“During the meeting, the council will assess the refection of Romania’s mandate in the final documents of the 8-9 July NATO Summit in Warsaw, and it will establish the measures and actions required for implementing the adopted decisions,” the Presidential Administration says.
The CSAT meeting will be headed by President Klaus Iohannis.
On 9 July, President Klaus Iohannis said that the NATO Summit in Warsaw was a success for Romania, pointing out that all of Romania’s topics of interest were included in the final documents.
He showed that Romania’s main objectives sanctioned by the Warsaw Summit concern balancing out the measures taken within the new defence and deterrence posture on the eastern flank.
“Secondly, an advanced and adapted allied presence consisting of a multinational brigade and the Enhanced Training Initiative, namely the decision to draw up options to consolidate the allied maritime and air presence south of the eastern flank; thirdly, a new level for Romania’s defence planning within NATO, namely the development of a contingency plan obtained at the previous summit; and finally, the declaration of the initial operational capability of the NATO missile defence system, with the essential component of this progress being the integration of the Deveselu facility with the NATO system,” Iohannis said back then.
The most recent CSAT meeting took place on May 27.