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Bucharest Declaration, a strategic document reiterating the commitment to modernizing the Energy Charter Treaty

Between 27-28 November 2018, the works of the 29th meeting of the Energy Charter Conference took place in Bucharest. Romania, as the first EU member state to undertake the Energy Charter Conference Chairmanship, has promoted throughout its mandate a global vision of the role that the Charter can play in progressing towards a secure, accessible and sustainable energy future.

2018-12-03 09:40:18

The topic of this year′s Charter Conference, moderated by State Secretary in the Energy Ministry, Robert Tudorache, President of the Energy Charter Conference, was "Driving innovation for ensuring energy security."
In the interventions, ministers, government representatives of Member States and Energy Charter Observers have highlighted the significant role that innovation can play in energy transition and the ways in which innovative technologies can contribute to sustainable development.

At the end of the work, the Bucharest Declaration was adopted, a strategic document reiterating the commitment to modernizing the Energy Charter Treaty, reducing investment risks, combating energy poverty, increasing energy security, improving cross-border energy flows and, last but not least, extending the membership of the Treaty the Energy Charter.

In his speech, Secretary of State Robert Tudorache expressed his gratitude for his confidence and thanked the Energy Charter Secretariat for fruitful collaboration during his mandate: "It was undoubtedly an honor and a great responsibility. I am convinced that Romania has succeeded in successfully exercising this mandate and making use of this extraordinary opportunity offered by the Rotating Presidency of the Energy Charter Conference. I firmly believe that we will hand over to the forthcoming Presidency of Albania unanimously achieved results at the level of the Energy Charter and that Romania′s continued efforts will be pursued in achieving the major goals of the Energy Charter."

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