Munich Leaders Meeting takes place in Bucharest between November 28 and 30, thus Bucharest welcomes the NATO ministers of Foreign Affairs as it becomes the capital of European and Euro-Atlantic diplomacy.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Meeting of the ministers of Foreign Affairs of the NATO member states will take place in Bucharest. The event will be hosted, on behalf of Romania, by minister Bogdan Aurescu, according to Agerpress.
We will have an extremely busy and dynamic political-diplomatic and security agenda next week, starting with the Munich Leaders’ Meeting, on November 28-29, and continuing with the Meeting of Foreign Ministers from NATO member states, on November 29-30. Bucharest will thus be, for three days, the capital of European, Euro-Atlantic diplomacy and beyond these regions. These two events of high visibility for our country and with international participation of the highest level, organized for the first time in Romania, take place in a critical moment for regional and Euro-Atlantic security, marked by the war started by Russia in Ukraine and its multidimensional impact, reconfirming the active profile of our country at the international level, especially in terms of foreign policy and security, but also the strategic importance of the Black Sea.Bogdan Aurescu, Head of the Romanian Diplomacy
Also, on Monday and Tuesday, the Munich Leaders Meeting (MLM) will take place in the capital. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is a co-organizer of this prestigious event, which is the restricted format of the Munich Security Conference (Munich Security Conference – MSC).
Recently, NATO has been trying to strengthen its air force in the Eastern flank, so this meeting comes in a context of significant geopolitical importance.