Ministers of Defence of ‘Bucharest 9’ initiative meet at Palace of Parliament

Georgeta Gheorghe 12/03/2018 | 13:48

The Ministers of Defence of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia Poland, Romania and Slovakia, part of the Initiative Bucharest 9 are meeting in Bucharest on Monday. According to the Romanian Ministry of Defence (MApN), the event represents an opportunity to harmonise the national views on the subjects that will be included on the agenda of the July NATO Summit.

The talks will cover topics related to the process of adapting the NATO command structure, the risks and threats from the eastern neighbourhood of the Alliance, and ways to strengthen the resilience on the Baltic Sea – Black Sea – Adriatic Sea axis, including by ensuring complementarity with other regional formats.

The activity, scheduled between 12-14 March, represents an opportunity to harmonise the national positions of the B9 Member States on the topics to be found on the agenda of the NATO Summit in July 2018, notably on strengthening the NATO posture of discouragement and defence, with priority on the eastern flank, with a view to reaching a political decision on this issue at the Summit, the MApN informs.

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