Bucharest.

Romanian President Traian Basescu said Thursday the country’s High Defense Council has accepted a proposition of U.S. President Barack Obama, who has invited the country, a NATO and EU member, to participate in the development of the United States’ antimissile plan and host components on its territory, Romanian Mediafax news agency reports.

Basescu said Obama’s message was delivered to Bucharest by the American sub-secretary of state for arms control, with whom he had a meeting Thursday morning.

The Romanian head of state underscored the development of the U.S. antimissile system is not aimed at Russia.

Basescu added bilateral negotiations will follow and Romania and the United States need to seal agreements that would then require Parliament ratification.

Read the article on Focus Information Agency (Bulgaria)

Romania accepts U.S. request to participate in antimissile plan: President

Bucharest.

Romanian President Traian Basescu said Thursday the country’s High Defense Council has accepted a proposition of U.S. President Barack Obama, who has invited the country, a NATO and EU member, to participate in the development of the United States’ antimissile plan and host components on its territory, Romanian Mediafax news agency reports.

Basescu said Obama’s message was delivered to Bucharest by the American sub-secretary of state for arms control, with whom he had a meeting Thursday morning.

The Romanian head of state underscored the development of the U.S. antimissile system is not aimed at Russia.

Basescu added bilateral negotiations will follow and Romania and the United States need to seal agreements that would then require Parliament ratification.

Read the article on Focus Information Agency (Bulgaria)

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