The situation in Ukraine, a topic of discussion between Iohannis and the King of Belgium, Philippe

The President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, received on Friday, His Majesty Philippe, King of the Belgians at the 57th Air Base Mihail Kogălniceanu, from Constanţa County.

“Her Majesty’s visit took place amid the strengthening and intensification of the high-level bilateral dialogue between Romania and Belgium, in addition to the close cooperation between the two states in the field of defense, including in the context of the Kingdom of Belgium’s participation with a military contingent. NATO fight in Romania. During the talks, the two heads of state welcomed the positive dynamics of the bilateral relationship between Romania and Belgium, in multiple areas, and the close coordination at European and international level. The President of Romania appreciated the very good results of the cooperation between the two countries in the field of defense and thanked His Majesty for the contribution of Belgium to the defense and deterrence measures on the Eastern Flank, especially for participating in the NATO Fighting Group in Romania “, informs Presidential administration.

According to the security and defense, the talks between the two heads of state focused on the security situation in the Black Sea region, in the context of the Russian military aggression against Ukraine, as well as on the measures to help the Ukrainian refugees.

“President Klaus Iohannis stressed that Romania will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, emphasizing the role of the Suceava hub for the transfer of international support for the benefit of this country. The President of Romania also pointed out that the aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine brutally threatens the European security architecture and the rules-based international order, and the Allies and partners must continue to act united and coordinated, both within NATO and the European Union. , to lessen the impact of the multiple and profound effects of this war. President Klaus Iohannis also presented Romania’s position in support of the process of accession to the European Union of Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova and Georgia, in the context of the European Commission’s opinions published today and the decisions scheduled for next week’s European Council meeting. of press.

The two heads of state met with the Romanian, Belgian and other allied contingents in Mihail Kogălniceanu 57th Air Base.

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