The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Jacek Czaputowicz discussed the July NATO summit and the future priorities of the organization with their Romanian and Turkish colleagues in Bucharest, Romania, on Tuesday
A Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs press release announced that Czaputowicz took part in a meeting with Romanian FM Teodor Melescanu and Turkish FM Mevlut Cavusoglu in the Romanian capital Bucharest on Tuesday. The consultation was dedicated to discussing questions of security.
The ministers discussed the conclusions of July’s NATO summit in Brussels as well as the future priorities of the organisation, including the challenges faced by NATO in the Middle East, the Western Balkans and in the East.
“For our countries, NATO is a bedrock of security. The unity and strength of the organisation is of great importance to us,” said Foreign Minister Czaputowicz after Tuesday’s three-way meeting in Bucharest.
The Polish Foreign Ministry pointed out that the FMs of Poland, Romania and Turkey have held meetings on a regular basis since 2012. Last year such consultations took place twice, once in Warsaw, with the participation of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, followed by a meeting in Brussels, on the sidelines of a NATO ministerial meeting.