Black Sea Summit in Bucharest with the participation of Ukraine, Romania and Moldova
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Published on 14/04/2023 at 13:45

Ukraine, Romania, and Moldova join forces to counter Russian aggression.

During the Black Sea Summit held in Bucharest, the three sides signed a series of strategic cooperation agreements.

This is the first conference taking place for a mechanism whose aim, according to the Ukrainian government, is to lift the occupation of Crimea and restore security in the Black Sea.

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister has called on the West to make the Black Sea a NATO sea, a year after the destruction of the Russian flagship Moskva.

Dmytro Kuleba also asked NATO to show that there is a clear plan for when and how Ukraine will join the alliance in view of its next summit to be held in June in Vilnius, Lithuania. Also, Kyiv asked its partners to be more decisive on the issue of sanctions against Russia.

The Kremlin strongly reacts to the West’s plans and sternly warns that the Black Sea will never become a NATO Sea, since it is a common point of many coastal states where cooperation and security should be in place.

Source: Euronews

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