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August 17, 2022
DEFENCEDIPLOMACYUKRAINE CONFLICT

Supreme Council for National Defence meets on security developments amidst the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine and the implications for Romania

Romania’s Supreme Council for National Defence (CSAT) meets today at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace under the chairmanship of President Klaus Iohannis.

According to the Presidential Administration, the agenda of the CSAT meeting, which is scheduled for noon, includes the latest developments in Euro-Atlantic security amidst the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine and the implications for Romania, and measures for integrated management of a possible massive inflow of refugees/displaced persons.

CSAT will also look into other current affairs as well.

A CSAT meeting also took place last Thursday, focusing on the implications for Euro-Atlantic security amidst the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine.

At the end of the meeting, Iohannis said that Romania will not be drawn into the military conflict in Ukraine, and Romanians should not fear for their safety.

“Dear Romanians, I know that you are concerned about the conflict that is taking place not far from the borders of our country, but I can assure you: no Romanian should be afraid for his or her family’s safety,” said Iohannis.

He also pointed out that Romania is ready to deal with any economic and humanitarian consequences that a possible lasting conflict between Russia and Ukraine could generate.

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