The Green Deal Policy causes contradictions between Romanian and European politicians, government officials and environmentalists, and business circles. From a quality of life perspective, the environmental benefits and social progress (offered by the EGD) are attractive and rightly deserve to be identified as long-term, worthy cultural and historical goals, but there is a risk of failure to reach them. If the EGD fails in achieving its goals, the level of political, economic, social, and military development will be significantly reduced, which is an unacceptable option in the light of the ongoing Russian aggression, and the task for both Ukraine and Romania is preventing such a scenario by all available means.

Sergiy Gerasymchuk is Deputy Executive Director, Director of the Regional Initiatives Programme and Neighbourhood Programme of the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”. He graduated from Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with an MA in Political Science and is a graduate of the Estonian School of Diplomacy. Sergiy is also a board member at Strategic and Security Studies Group and Advisor at Think Twice Initiative.

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