Romania’s president Klaus Iohannis will attend the 55th edition of the International Security Conference in Munich on Saturday as a guest of honor.
According to the Romanian Presidency, Iohannis, as president of the country holding the EU Council presidency, will open the series of debates alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, whose country currently holds the African Union presidency.
The agenda of this conference includes themes related to managing security challenges, including the transatlantic relationship, NATO priorities, the future of the European project and the cooperation between the European Union and NATO.
The International Security Conference in Munich is one of the most prestigious security forums, bringing together, since 1963, prominent leaders and decision-makers in security and defense. The conference is an essential milestone in European and Euro-Atlantic security debates, and allows for discussions and exchanges of informal ideas on topical and perspective themes, the Presidency’s press release said.
(Photo source: Presidency.ro)
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