The security implications of globalisation relate to both the new risks and threats arising in this connection, as well as the various opportunities created as a result.

Globally, many regions are affected by instability, conflict, deprivation and poverty, which, in certain cases, have major implications for the security of Romania, for example, with the threat of terrorism, climate change, etc.

As a member of NATO and the EU, Romania plays an important role in the region, demonstrating its potential as a pillar of stability and being involved in various forms of cooperation seeking to forge closer economic relations and consolidate regional equilibrium.

In view of this:

Does the Commission have the means at its disposal to assist Romania in its dealings with other countries in the same situation, bearing in mind the medium and long-term challenges and threats facing it as a result of globalisation, which it cannot confront alone?