Am citit stirea de la Radio Romania International despre Conferinta “Bucharest 9 Initiative”
DEFENCE – The defence ministers of the member states are today meeting in Bucharest. For three days, the meeting will be attended by officials from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, NATO officials and representatives of the US Department of Defence. The agenda of talks covers such issues as ways to consolidate NATO’s deterrence and defence posture, laying emphasis on the eastern flank, with a view to getting a political decision at the NATO Summit due in summer. Other issues to be approached will be the adaptation process of the NATO Command Structure, risks and threats from the eastern neighbourhood of the Alliance, as well as ways to strengthen resilience on the Baltic Sea-Black Sea axis. Romania offered to host a NATO military command at the level of Army corps, to function alongside the other two already existing commands, at brigade level, in Craiova (in the south-west) and at division level in Bucharest. A decision will be made by the allies at the NATO summit due in Brussels in July.
Cea mai buna veste este oferta Romaniei de a gazdui un comandament de nivel corp de Armata. In contextul situatiei din Turcia si a racirii relatiilor dintre Ankara si alti aliati era de asteptat ca Romania sa devina o solutie care sa asigure o defensiva in noua configuratie.
Nu este insa clar un aspect. Romania s-a oferit doar sa gazduiasca sau s-a oferit sa fie si framework nation, o tara care nu ofera doar locul, drumurile si soldatii ci si elementele de integrare a fortelor NATO, aranjamentele logistice majore, capabilitatile de comuncatii, unitatile de sprijin de nivel armata ?