Made a statement affirming support for the WPS Agenda, but no specific commitment made.
In implementation of resolution 1325 (2000), the Romanian Ministry of Defence adopted a Plan of Action to implement the Women, Peace and Security agenda.
Romania also joined the network of Women, Peace and Security national focal points officially launched in New York on 23 September 2016.
On 13 and 14 June 2017, the Romanian Ministry of Defence organized a regional conference in Bucharest on gender mainstreaming in security and defence.
Currently, 40 Romanian military women are involved in United Nations missions or of other international organizations, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Afghanistan, the Balkans and Georgia.
Romanian representatives participate in the United Nations Senior Missions Leaders Training Course, which is currently taking place in Dakar and is being organized by the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the Department of Field Support.
Romania is involved in the Female Military Officers Course, co-organized by UN-Women in Nairobi.
Romania made a statement affirming support for the WPS Agenda, but no specific commitment made.
Currently, female Romanian officers account for 13 per cent of its staff in the police contingents deployed in peacekeeping operations.
As a candidate country for a non-permanent seat on the Security Council for the period 2020-2021, Romania renews its strong commitment to enhancing the participation of women in peacekeeping missions under the banner of the United Nations