Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union: Romania's Environmental Mission and Priorities

Author:Elena-Loredana Pirvu
Position:Associate Professor, PhD, Police Academy Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Romania
Pages:11-16
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As holder of the Presidency of the Council of the EU, Romania will act as a true impartial mediator to generate solutions in view of advancing the European agenda. During its presidency of the Council of the European Union, Romania will act in a coordinated manner within the Trio of Presidencies along with Finland and Croatia, while ensuring continuity with the previous Trio in achieving the... (see full summary)

 
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ISSN: 2067 9211 Legal and Administrative Sciences in the New Millennium
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Legal and Administrative Sciences
in the New Millennium
Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union: Romania’s
Environmental Mission and Priorities
Elena Loredana Pîrvu1
Abstract: As holder of the Presidency of the Council of the EU, Romania will act as a true impartial mediator
to generate solutions in view of advancing the European agenda. During its presidency of the Council of the
European Union, Romania will act in a coordinated manner within the Trio of Presidencies along with Finland
and Croatia, while ensuring continuity with the previous Trio in achieving the goals undertaken within the
Strategic Agenda. Romania’s taking charge of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union comes with
a series of obligations for our country as regards the coordination of European actions to protect the
environment, the Romanian Presidency having as its main objective the European citizens as both source and
beneficiary of the European action, with their own aspirations and concerns; Romania is aware of its status of
a transition presidency between two parliamentary terms, during which complex files will be discussed.
Keywords: Presidency; environment; European project; environmental mission
Romania’s taking charge of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union comes with a series
of obligations for our country as regards the coordination of European actions to protect the
environment, the Romanian Presidency having as its main objective the European citizens as both source
and beneficiary of the European action, with their own aspirations and concerns; Romania is aware of
its status of a transition presidency between two parliamentary terms, during which complex files will
be discussed.
As holder of the Presidency of the Council of the EU, Romania will act as a true impartial mediator to
generate solutions in view of advancing the European agenda. During its presidency of the Council of
the European Union, Romania will act in a coordinated manner within the Trio of Presidencies along
with Finland and Croatia, while ensuring continuity with the previous Trio in achieving the goals
undertaken within the Strategic Agenda.
The Romania, Finland and Croatia Trio will work together to set long-term goals and draw up a common
agenda. Based on this programme, Romania will prepare its own agenda, a more detailed one, for the
first six months of the trio. It is a unique opportunity to influence the EU agenda and guide the Council’s
1 Associate Professor, PhD, Police Academy Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Romania, Address: Aleea Privighetorilor no. 1 -3,
Bucharest, Romania, Tel.: 0213175523, int. 17311, Corresponding author: loredana.pirvu@yahoo.com.

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