The Romanian foreign minister Bogdan Aurescu takes part today in a meeting of the Ministerial Council of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, held in Lodz, Poland, the country that holds the rotating presidency of the organisation. The meeting takes place in the context of the biggest security crisis in Europe since World War II, caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The Romanian diplomacy chief will condemn in the strongest terms Russia’s unjustified and unprovoked military aggression, and will highlight Romania’s support for the international efforts to bring the culprits to justice. Romania’s full solidarity with Ukraine and its people was also reiterated by Bogdan Aurescu at the meeting of NATO foreign ministers which concluded in Bucharest on Wednesday. Aurescu also mentioned Romania’s multidimensional support, with an emphasis on the humanitarian aid provided to the more than 2.9 million Ukrainian nationals that crossed Romania’s borders, as well as the facilitation of grain and foodstuff transit from Ukraine.