Romania’s Defence Minister Angel Tilvar will attend, October 3-4, the 10th Warsaw Security Forum that will discuss the increasingly more relevant role of Central and Eastern Europe for Euro-Atlantic security in the current security context, write Agerpres.
According to a press statement of the Romanian Defence Ministry (MApN) released on Monday, the Warsaw Security Forum is one of the most prestigious transatlantic co-operation conferences, and this year’s main theme is the increasingly more relevant role of Central and Eastern Europe for Euro-Atlantic security in the current security context.
Tilvar will join the debates in the „Strategic Autonomy & Europe’s Transatlantic Commitments” panel. During the forum, Tilvar will also have a series of bilateral meetings with his counterparts from Poland and Slovenia, as well as with the chair of the NATO Military Committee to discuss the regional security state of play amidst the ongoing war of aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, measures adopted at the NATO level to strengthen the organisation’s defence and deterrence posture, as well as co-operation within the European Union and bilateral co-operation.
At the same time, Tilvar will meet two American congressmen, Thomas Keane and Bill Keating, with the conversation focusing on the main security threats in the Black Sea region, Romania’s involvement in the multidimensional support of Ukraine, as well as the main milestones of Romania – US bilateral defence cooperation for the development of defence acquisitions and investment opportunities in defence industry in Romania.