Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu has declared that Romania and Ukraine will jointly organize the first high-level Conference regarding security in the Black Sea within the Crimea International Platform this April.
The conference will be held in Bucharest, and will concern counteracting the effects of the war waged by Russia against Ukraine, as well as continued efforts to isolate Russia.
„Romania is ready to work on a new package of sanctions against Russia”, he stated, bringing to mind that Romania continues its efforts in terms of the transit of Ukrainian grains and agricultural products. Romania has also expressed its intention to continue supporting the Republic of Moldova in the fact of potential Russian aggression.
Minister Aurescu highlighted Romania’s strong support for the International Criminal Court (ICC), reiterating that in terms of the arrest warrant issued by the ICC „no one should have impunity regarding the international crimes committed in Ukraine during the Russian war of aggression”.
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