ATHENS – The European Union and member states need to work together to increase energy security, which is a goal that will be continued during Romania’s six month EU Presidency.

“Yes, definitely, we need to work together on energy efficiency but also on the diversification of supplies, the security of transit routes - security, not only meaning the safety of the pipelines, which is important, but the secure flow of energy,” Romania’s ambassador to Athens, Lucian Fatu, told New Europe on Janua...


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