Due to its EU, NATO membership, Romania currently has strongest security guarantees

Due to its EU, NATO membership, Romania currently has strongest security guarantees

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The interim speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Alfred Simonis, stated on Tuesday that due to its membership to the European Union and NATO, Romania currently has the strongest security guarantees in its history, CE Report quotes Agerpres

"Romania joined NATO in a climate of peace and stability, knowing from history how important it is to have solid security guarantees in this area of Europe, and by belonging to the EU and NATO, Romania currently has the strongest security guarantees security in its history. In the last two decades, our country has proven to be a loyal and valuable member of the North Atlantic Alliance, the Romanian military was on the battlefield where they were needed, the civil institutions supported an active presence and honor of our country within NATO," Simonis told the joint session of the Parliament that marks 20 years since Romania's accession to the North Atlantic Alliance and 75 years of NATO's existence.

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