New Strategy Center experts attended, in Poland, a series of consultations on topics of strategic bilateral interest with the representatives of the Center for Eastern Studies (OSW) from Warsaw.
On 6-7 June, NSC and OSW experts discussed topics of common interest for the two countries, such as the evolution of the war in Ukraine, its impact on the region and the Eastern Flank, how the EU and NATO reacted to this war and the effectiveness of the measures adopted so far. At the same time, the experts from Romania and Poland analyzed the developments in the process of ensuring a European future of the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. In addition, the participants also addressed the topic of cooperation at bilateral and regional level, in various formats, such as Bucharest 9 or the Three Seas Initiative. The seminar took place in Kazimierz Dolny, at the invitation of the hosts from the Center for Eastern Studies.
This is the third meeting in this format, organized by NSC and OSW, alternately in Romania and Poland. In this way, the two think-tanks contribute to the development of the strategic dialog between Romania and Poland and to the strengthening of the partnership between the two countries, a necessary process especially in the context of the Russian aggression in Ukraine and the security challenges that Romania and Poland are facing.