Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban noted the deterioration of the situation in the Black Sea due to Russia's build-up of military presence in the region. The Romanian prime minister said this in Brussels following a meeting with NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg, as Ukrinform reports.
“We discussed the security situation in the Black Sea, which is worsening due to the increase in Russia's military presence. I emphasized the importance of consolidating the role of NATO in the Black Sea region. We agreed to continue to work together to further strengthen and develop the Alliance’s presence on the eastern flank, and the naval,” - Romanian prime minister noted.
According to him, Romania and NATO agreed to continue supporting partners in the Black Sea region.
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