NATO allies should help each other on migration, says Ader in Bucharest
Bucharest, November 4 (MTI) – Solidarity between NATO members should be expressed not only when facing a military or security threat but when affected by the migration crisis, President Janos Ader told a meeting of presidents of nine NATO countries in central and eastern Europe.
The president’s press office informed MTI about the meeting held in Bucharest behind closed doors on Wednesday.
Participants in the meeting adopted a declaration calling for stepping up NATO’s presence in all countries where it is deemed necessary.
On the sidelines of the NATO summit, Ader had talks with Klaus Iohannis, his Romanian counterpart, and invited him for a visit to Hungary.
The Romanian president accepted the invitation and is expected to visit early next year, Ader told MTI.
Ader said the atmosphere at his talks with Iohannis was good, and the meeting was “the first step before talks focusing on more detail and more bilateral topics”.