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Crisis of migration, a Romanian perspective

Recently, The Supreme National Defense Council (SNDC) included on the agenda of the July 4 meeting an information on the issue of “the phenomenon of migration and the main measures implemented at national level”. The news has somewhat surprised the unseen public, especially since the issue in question is not one of the most debated in public life, Romanian society being much more interested in the social-economic evolution of the country, the good course of justice and the permanent political disputes existing between the Social Democrat and Liberal Democratic ruling coalition and the President, who is also considered as a leader of the right-wing opposition.

That is exactly what I consider to be a good moment to briefly review Romania’s position on the issue of migration, particular to the refuge’ crisis and the analysis, also in short, of the possible effects it may have on national security and safety.

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