The United States will increase its military presence in Romania

The U.S. ambassador to Bucharest confirms that the United States will increase its military presence in Romania, just days after the Pentagon decided to make the Black Sea region a new security strategy in Europe. Adrian Zuckerman did not specify whether this would be a permanent American presenceHe only said it would be a “substantial” one.

“Romania will provide a significant number of additional US troops as a result of our new strategic security policy. In this strategic policy, Romania will be a key ally. The southeastern part of Europe will be fully protected from any vicious influence. Never worry about honesty and security, “said Ambassador Adrian Zuckerman.

“American soldiers are always welcome in Romania,” President Glas Iohanis said Wednesday. The head of state added that Romania has been drawing attention for many years to the need for more troops in the Black Sea region. Commenting on the deployment of US troops in Germany, President Iohanis described it as “a movement to support allies in the East.”

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The incident was due to heat caused at the event where the US ambassador made this announcement

The message given by the US ambassador was given at an event where, due to the heat, an incident took place. Ambassador Adrian Zuckerman He noticed that the sailor holding the Romanian flag was wounded by the heat. In the picture taken by a guest, you can see how the American diplomat jumps to his aid and delivers a glass of water to the soldier.

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