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President Iohannis: Romania's foreign and security policy will remain on same essential coordinates

Romania's foreign and security policy will remain on the same essential coordinates as until now, in the context in which our country must keep its regional position of stability and predictability pillar, President Klaus Iohannis said in the opening of the meeting with the foreign ambassadors accredited in Bucharest, taking place at the Cotroceni Palace in Bucharest, according to Agerpres.

2017-01-18 13:26:22

"I want to assure you that Romania's foreign and security policy will remain on the same essential coordinates as until now," said Iohannis. "Romania must maintain itself in the region as a stability and predictability pillar."

President Iohannis recalled that Romania has a new Parliament and Government, resulted following the December 2016 elections. The head of state pointed out that the elections unfolded in the best conditions from a democratic and organisation point of view. Moreover, the President highlighted as positive the fact that no extremist party entered Parliament, which eloquently proves the maturity of the Romanian society.

Klaus Iohannis pointed out that in Romania the rule of law must be further strengthened and the economic stability must be kept, and in this respect the Government has a "special responsibility."



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