Romania’s president says his nation is a safety supplier in a area marked by uncertainty, unpredictability and safety challenges.
President Klaus Iohannis did not instantly confer with Russia in feedback made Tuesday within the Black Sea port of Constanta the place hundreds of sailors and others celebrated Navy Day.
U.S. and European workouts are being held within the Black Sea area this summer time to beef up regional safety and reassure allies after Russia annexed the Crimea Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014.
Iohannis referred to as Romania a regional “pylon of stability and a supplier of safety.” He stated that Romania needs NATO and the European Union to acknowledge the Black Sea’s strategic significance.
The president stated the military wanted to be “endowed and able to take part in making certain collective safety with its allies.”