NATO Summit rejoining the leaders of nine countries in Central and Eastern Europe is kicking off in Bucharest on November 4, while aiming at looking into the challenges on the security at eastern and southern NATO.
The summit is co-chaired by NATO deputy secretary general Alexander Vershbow, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis and Polish President Andrzej Duda.
The summit will be an opportunity for the participants “to launch a joint message underlining the importance of the Alliance’s strategic conformation to the current security issues” in the region, as President Iohannis said quoted by Atlasinfo.fr. He added the represented countries will reiterate the determination to boost efforts in the view of NATO and EU’s Eastern border enhancement.
The summit will be also attended by the presidents of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovakia.