Starting a new position
I am thrilled to announce that I have accepted a new role as European Affairs Adviser at the Ministry of Communications and Information Society for the duration of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. It is an honor to be part of a team involved in shaping this important presidency, and I am excited to contribute to the successful implementation of Romania's priorities during this period.
As you may know, the Presidency of the Council of the European Union rotates among the Member States every six months. During this time, the Member State in question is responsible for setting the EU's agenda and leading discussions on a wide range of issues, from economic policy to security and foreign affairs.
As European Affairs Adviser at the Ministry of Communications and Information Society, my role will be to support the Romanian government in these discussions and to ensure that our priorities are aligned with those of the European Union as a whole. This will involve working closely with colleagues in the ministry, as well as with our partners in the EU institutions and other Member States.
I am particularly excited to be involved in shaping the Presidency's focus on technology and innovation, which I believe are key drivers of economic growth and job creation in Romania and across the EU. In addition, I look forward to contributing to discussions on issues such as climate change, migration, and the EU's relationship with its neighbors.
Throughout my career, I have been passionate about European Affairs and the role of Romania in shaping the EU's agenda. This new role presents an exciting opportunity to put that passion into action and to work alongside colleagues who are similarly dedicated to making a positive impact on Europe and the world.