Expert Quoted by Le Figaro, About Iohannis’ Candidacy to Head NATO. “Lack of Communication Shows That

Expert Quoted by Le Figaro, About Iohannis’ Candidacy to Head NATO. “Lack of Communication Shows That
Expert Quoted by Le Figaro, About Iohannis’ Candidacy to Head NATO. “Lack of Communication Shows That
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The French publication states that Kaja Kallas, the prime minister of Estonia, also announced on Tuesday that his country will support Mark Rutte and not Klaus Iohannis, although he comes from an eastern front state.

Le Figaro writes that the United States, Germany, Great Britain and France have officially announced their support for Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, but the matter has been complicated lately by Hungary’s objections and demands for assurances from Turkey, as well as the “candidacy -surprise of the Romanian president Klaus Iohannis, although the latter does not have the slightest chance of success, not even among the countries on the eastern flank”.

“The way in which he made the announcement, the time chosen and the lack of communication with the partners show that Klaus Iohannis did not understand anything and that he does not have the necessary qualities for this position”, says “a good connoisseur of NATO”, quoted by Le Figaro.

On March 12, Klaus Iohannis announced his candidacy for the position of secretary general of the alliance, and before the European Council meeting he stated that he had “very good discussions” with NATO allies.

The article in Le Figaro was published on the same day that the US announced again, through its ambassador to NATO, that it supports Rutte for this position, not “friend” Iohannis.

“But we also have the greatest respect for our friend, President Iohannis, and we appreciate that he entered the competition and we wish him all the best, while we continue to debate this issue (the election of the future secretary general – no) within the Alliance” , said Julianne Smith.

At the same time, before Iohannis announced his intention, the United States, Great Britain, France and Germany publicly spoke in favor of Rutte’s nomination to head NATO, and officials in Washington praised the longest-serving Dutch prime minister as “excellent” for this feature.

The head of NATO has a four-year term, which can be extended, and is appointed by consensus obtained through diplomatic consultations. At the moment, Jens Stoltenberg holds the position of Secretary General until October.

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The article is in Romanian

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