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Current challenges of security environment - discussed by DefMin Dincu with US Embassy's charge d'affaires

February 10, 2022

The Minister of National Defence, Vasile Dincu, received David Muniz, the charge d'affaires of the US Embassy in Bucharest, on Tuesday.The agenda of the discussions focused on bilateral relations for the next period, in the context of the implementation of the provisions of the Roadmap dedicated to cooperation in the field of defence for the period 2020-2030, reads a Defence Ministry press release sent on Tuesday.During the conversation, the two officials also addressed the current challenges of the security environment, with a focus on those in the Black Sea area, in the light of recent developments in the region, the quoted source said.The Romanian dignitary underlined the solidity of the Strategic Partnership and its importance for the modernization process of the Romanian Army and thanked the American partner for the very good level of bilateral cooperation.At the same time, the Romanian Minister of Defence conveyed appreciation for the US support on strengthening NATO's deterrent and defense position on the Eastern flank and in the Black Sea region, emphasizing the importance of this region in the equation of ensuring the security of the Eastern flank of the Alliance. (Photo:https://www.mapn.ro/fotodb/20220111_1/aaa)

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