The President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, will attend, on June 23-24, in Brussels, the meeting of the leaders of the European Union and the Western Balkans, the European Council and the Euro Summit in extended format. According to the Presidency in Bucharest, the meeting of the leaders of the European Union and of the Western Balkans will be an opportunity to reaffirm, in the current geopolitical context, the EU leaders’ support for the European anchoring of the Western Balkans and for advancing and consolidating the enlargement process within the established framework. At the same time, the meeting will focus on an exchange of views with partners in the region to identify concrete ways to stimulate reform processes and strengthen cooperation in key areas of common interest, in order to enhance resilience. The agenda of the European Council meeting will include a strategic debate on defining the European Union’s relations with its European partners, the situation in Ukraine, from the perspective of security developments and the support provided by the European Union on multiple levels, and Ukraine’s, Moldova’s and Georgia’s applications for EU membership. At the extended Euro Summit, the participants will discuss the economic situation in the Union and the developments regarding the Banking Union and the capital markets.