NATO's Geoana says Romania could join UK-France entente cordiale on climate
At the opening of the new academic year at the Petroleum-Gas University (UPG) of Ploiesti on Monday, Deputy Secretary General of NATO Mircea Geoana menioned an entente on the protection of the environment and biodiversity, saying that he does not see any problem if Romania were to join such an alliance. CE Report quoting Agerpres
In his speech, Geoana also mentioned strategies for energy transition.
"Perhaps you have seen the recent state visit of King Charles III to France. (...) At the meeting of the French president and the British sovereign, the latter suggested the renewal of the Entente Cordiale, the WWI military and political alliance between France and England, in a new entente for the protection of the environment and biodiversity. Taking into account the exceptional relations with both countries and with both leaders, I do not see any kind of problem for Romania (...)to join this entente," said Geoana.
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