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Prime Minister Ponta: We want a more consistent presence of NATO in Romania

28 Aug 2014   •   14:20
Prime Minister  Ponta: We want a more consistent presence of NATO in Romania   114
Romania wants to strengthen NATO's eastern flank and have a more consistent presence of the Alliance in Romania, said Victor Ponta at the Annual Meeting of the Romanian Diplomacy.

The prime minister pointed out that countries such as Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia should benefit as much as possible under the international law and the political-constitutional realities of support regarding their safety.

"We cannot tell Moldova that we are able only to construct pipeline or to provide buses, but we cannot do anything if they should would ever be subjected to any aggression. I believe it is our obligation to be a regional security exporter" , Prime Minister said , according to Mediafax.

The Prime Minister has added he wants Romania to become the most dynamic advocate for promoting European integration and security for Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia, Serbia and Albania, so that the EU and NATO should provide them as soon possible with a clear perspective.

"In this context we need you more than ever, you the diplomats even in a way that surely I hope you will not criticize too much, the budget increases in Romania and elsewhere go to the Ministry of National Defense. Maybe we should understand that more support for diplomats is needed, it would help us save money for the military, but that's probably something that politicians have not learned over the past millennia, " Ponta said.

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