The most extensive conference in Romania dedicated to the reconstruction of Ukraine is organized from December 13 to 14 in Sinaia, and the Republic of Moldova is represented at the event by the President of the Parliament, Igor Grosu. The international conference ‘Reconstruction of Ukraine and the Strategic Role of Romania’ will discuss, in various panel discussions, the opportunities and challenges in the process of reconstructing Ukraine.
The forum brings together officials from the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, and other EU and NATO states, independent experts, representatives of the business community, academia, and the diplomatic corps.
The Parliament’s press service states that Igor Grosu, along with his counterpart Nicolae Ciucă, President of the Senate of Romania, will be the main speakers at the event.
The meeting, organized by the New Strategy Center, a Romanian think tank specializing in foreign policy, defense, and security, aims to discuss multiple aspects related to the process of reconstructing Ukraine and the strategic role Romania must play in this context.
The conference will address important topics for the reconstruction process of Ukraine, such as the role of the Danube, challenges for freedom of navigation, energy security, the potential of green energy, food security, telecommunications and cyber domains, critical infrastructure, the health sector, challenges for the private sector in the reconstruction process, connectivity between Romania, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine, and the role of the United States in the Black Sea region.