Romania @ UN

The candidature of Romania to a non-permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for a two-year mandate (2020-2021).

Romania submitted, in 2006, its candidacy for a new mandate as a non-permanent member in the United Nations Security Council, for the seat allocated to the Eastern-European Group, between 2020-2021. The elections will take place in June 2019.

From the moment of its accession to the UN in 1955, Romania held four mandates as a non-permanent member in the UN Security Council (1962,1967-1977,1990-1991, 2004-2005).

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued “Romania’s Strategy towards obtaining a new mandate of non-permanent member in the UN Security Council between 2020-2021”, on the premise on which it adopted “The action plan for promoting Romania’s candidacy to the UN Security Council for the 2019 elections”.

The candidacy campaign for new mandate as a non-permanent member for the UN SC will be conducted under the slogan: “Romania: a Long-Term Engagement for Peace, Justice and Development”, representing an ambitious foreign policy goal for our country.

 

 

 

 

 

Candidate promoting Brochure  (EN) - Romania for the UNSC: A Long-Term Commitment to Peace, Justice and Development

 

 

 

 

 

Candidate promoting Brochure (FR) - La Roumanie, pays candidat au CSNU: Un engagement à long terme pour la paix, la justice et le développement

 

  • 2nd June, 2017

The launch of the official campaign

The event dedicated to the launch of the official campaign for promoting Romania’s candidacy for a new mandate as a non-permanent member in the Security Council of the United Nations (UN SC) between 2020-2021 took place on June 2nd, 2017, in the presence of foreign minister, Teodor Melescanu.

The launch was conducted in a festive environment, at the United Nations Headquarters and has had a large turnout, including numerous members of the diplomatic corps, belonging to all the geographical UN groups, as well as other high-level officials from the organization’s leadership. 

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  • 27th June, 2017

​Documentary Film Screening

The movie Wild Carpathia, part 4 was screened on June 27, 2017, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, in the “Trusteeship Council”. The focus of the movie is tied to the preservation of Romania’s forests, fauna and flora, in line with the importance that the UN gives to protecting forest and natural habitat resources at global level. 

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The Permanent Representative of Romania to the UN emphasized the importance of political commitment and financing for peacebuilding, during the meeting of the Peacebuilding Commission on the situation in Chad

07/10/19

The Permanent Representative of Romania to the UN, Ambassador Ion I. Jinga, delivered a statement, Wednesday 10 July 2019, during the UN Peacebuilding Commission (PBC) meeting on Chad. At the request …

The Permanent Representative of Romania to the UN participated at the meeting between the Peacebuilding Commission leadership and high-level World Bank officials on cooperation and partnerships for peacebuilding

07/01/19

The Permanent Representative of Romania to the UN, Ambassador Ion I. Jinga, in his capacity as Vice-Chair of the Peacebuilding Commission (PBC), attended the Informal Interactive Dialogue between the …