Romania: Modernizing Defense Capabilities

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The Romanian government has announced it will soon spend two percent of its GDP on defense, a goal set for all NATO members. Last year, NATO allies agreed to enhance defense in Romania and Bulgaria with a tailored forward presence. The Cipher Brief asked Romanian Defense Minister Gabriel-Beniamin Leş what the country’s defense priorities are and how it coordinates with the U.S. on security.

The Cipher Brief: What are Romania’s defense priorities?

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