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PM Tudose: joint government meeting announced for this autumn in Chisinau

Monday, July 24, 2017

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Premier Mihai Tudose said on Friday that his visit to Chisinau on the same day is a "symbolic visit", pledging Romania's firm commitment to supporting the pro-European track of the Republic of Moldova. "It's a symbolic visit asserting the firm commitment as regards Romania's intentions towards Moldova, for the continuation of our demarches to support Moldova's track towards the European Union, its pro-European track. In the past two years this track ...

MP Filip: the NATO office in Chisinau might be operational as of August 2017

Monday, July 24, 2017

Prime Minister of the Government of Republic of Moldova Pavel Filip has stated on Friday that the North-Atlantic Alliance (NATO) will open an office in Chisinau, underscoring that "the Republic of Moldova's neutrality doesn't mean the isolation of this country." Filip said, at the end of the meeting with Romanian PM Mihai Tudose, that the NATO office in Chisinau might be operational as of August 2017. "We want and I assure you that we will ...

Premier Pavel Filip: I've invited Romanian companies to invest in Moldova

Monday, July 24, 2017

 The Prime Minister of the Government of Moldova, Pavel Filip on Friday had a conversation with visiting Romanian counterpart, Mihai Tudose about the privatisation programme of the Moldovan state-run companies and launched an invitation to the Romanian companies to invest in his country. "We have reiterated our interest in furthering the Romanian investments in Moldova. We've talked about the privatisation programme we have here in Chisinau and ...

PM Tudose: the statement connected to the change of the electoral system in the Republic of Moldova was misunderstood

Monday, July 24, 2017

Premier Mihai Tudose stated on Friday night on TVR that the draft law regarding the amendment of the electoral system from uninominal to mixed in the Republic of Moldova is criticised due to the fact  that it was ‘ wrongly’  communicated, this system being used in  European countries. The head of the government said that it is a correct democratic process. ‘ The government in Kishinev is criticised for implementing a voting system which is ...

Parliament in Chisinau asks for the Russian troops’ withdrawal

Monday, July 24, 2017

The Parliament in Chisinau passed a resolution on Friday requesting Russian troops to withdraw from the Republic of Moldova. 61 deputies have voted the resolution, romaniajournal.ro informs. The initiative was endorsed by the PDM, PLDM, PL and the European Popular Group factions in the Parliament, in the absence of the communists and with the Socialists boycotting the ...

25,000 servicemen from 22 NATO member states and allies participated in the Saber Guardian 17

Monday, July 24, 2017

Approximately 25,000 servicemen from 22 NATO member states and allies and over 3,000 combat means participated in the Saber Guardian 17 (SG17), the largest military exercise conducted on Romania's soil, says a release of the National Defence Ministry (MApN) sent on Friday. The SG17 displayed an impressive force on the territories of Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary, following a fictitious scenario in which more than 25,000 troops, with more than 3,000 technical ...

Hungarian PM Orban at the Baile Tusnad Summer University: EU leaders and George Soros are seeking a 'new, mixed, Muslimized Europe'

Monday, July 24, 2017

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, attending on Saturday the Baile Tusnad (Tusvanyos) Summer University - Harghita County, said that his country will use all the means to express solidarity with Poland and the Poles, in the context of the "inquisition" offensive against this ...

The law which annihilates the notion of conflict of interests for the public servants promulgated by Iohannis

Monday, July 24, 2017

President Klaus Iohannis promulgated on Friday the Law through which the notion of conflict of interests is annulled for the public servants and is replaced by the notion’ the use of the position in favour of some people’ after the Constitutional Court decided that the document is constitutional. In May, the Deputies’ chamber adopted with 187  votes in favour and 79 votes ‘against’ and 6 abstains the draft law for the ...

The law which excludes the approval of CSAT when naming the head of DGPI promulgated by Iohannis

Monday, July 24, 2017

President Klaus Iohannis promulgated on Friday the law through which the necessity to have the approval of the Supreme Council of Country's Defence (CSAT) when naming the head of the General Department for Internal Protection (DGPI) was eliminated after the Constitutional Court (CCR) rejected the liberal party - PNL notice against this ...

Romania to meet budget deficit target in 2017 - fin min

Monday, July 24, 2017

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Romania will meet the European Union's budget deficit target of 3% of GDP in 2017, the finance ministry said on Friday in response to an Eurostat document showing the country had a budget gap of 3.2% in the first quarter, seenews.com reports "Eurostat's 3.2% of GDP value is calculated on the seasonally adjusted ESA (European System of Accounts) standard, reflecting the trend of the budget deficit recorded in previous quarters in 2016 and based on GDP ...

Romania's Arad to open tender for parking infrastructure in Q4 – EBRD

Monday, July 24, 2017

Romania's western city of Arad will open a tender for construction of parking infrastructure in the fourth quarter of the year, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said on Friday, seenews.com informs. The city of Arad intends to use part of the proceeds of a 20 million euro ($23 milion) loan extended by the EBRD in July 2016 to build and modernise the parking infrastructure in eight residential areas. The ...

Bitdefender helped to close down two of the biggest sites on the ‘dark web’ Europol announces

Monday, July 24, 2017

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The Romanian company Bitdefender helped to close down two huge commercial sites on the so-called ‘ dark web’ through which the users could buy drugs anonymously, software for hackers and weapons, stated the head of Europol Rob Wainwright, quoted by Bloomberg. ‘This is an important hit- two of the biggest three (sites on the dark web)- a coordinated move, which might surprise the users in connection with what capacity have the forces ...

PM Tudose to visit Moldova on Friday

Friday, July 21, 2017

 Prime Minister Mihai Tudose will pay a working visit to the Republic of Moldova on Friday, and is expected to have talks with his Moldovan counterpart Pavel Filip, a release from the government in Chisinau reads. PM Tudose will also have talks with the Moldovan Parliament Speaker Adrian Candu. In a phone conversation on Thursday with President of the European Council Donald Tusk, Romania's Prime Minister Mihai Tudose said that Romania will ...

Tudorel Toader meets Frans Timmermans, EC vicepresident, in Brussels next week

Friday, July 21, 2017

Tudorel Toader, the minister of justice will go to Brussels next week to have talks with the vice president of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, about laws concerning justice. Toader said the package to be adopted by the government on September 1 will be sent to Parliament. “I established a meeting with vice president Timmermans next week. We will discuss mainly about master lines, principles about the package of ...

On Aviation Day, President Iohannis was not invited

Friday, July 21, 2017

President Klaus Iohannis hasn’t been invited to attend the ceremonies marking the Aviation Day in Bucharest, while the Presidential Administration hasn’t sent any flower wreaths, as they have done up to now, official sources told local news agencies. The Day of the Romanian Air Force was celebrated in Bucharest on Thursday through military and religious ceremonies at the Air Heroes monument in the Aviatorilor ...

Military aircraft from Germany, UK, US, Poland to display their might at BIAS 2017

Friday, July 21, 2017

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The 9th edition of the Bucharest International Air Show (BIAS) 2017, the biggest air show in Romania, will be staged on Saturday at the Aurel Vlaicu International Airport to showcase military aircraft operated by pilots from Germany, Greece, Turkey, Poland, Hungary, the UK and the US. "The demonstrations to be given by Romanian military pilots will include ...

French frigate "Chevalier Paul" is conducting joint exercises alongside three Romanian military ships, between 19 and 22 July

Friday, July 21, 2017

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 Ambassador of France to Romania Michele Ramis paid a visit on Wednesday, to Constant Port, to French frigate "Chevalier Paul," that is conducting joint exercises alongside three Romanian military ships, between 19 and 22 July, in the territorial waters of our country and in the international waters of the Black ...

President Klaus Iohannis has certified three Romanian ambassadors

Friday, July 21, 2017

President Klaus Iohannis has certified Romanian ambassadors to Kirghizstan, Thailand and Lesotho as well as Mozambique and Zambia. On Thursday, he signed decrees certifying Cezar-Manole Armeanu as Romania's ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to Kirghizstan residing in Astana, Kazakhstan; Bogdan Badea as Romania's ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to Thailand, upon Government's proposal. Marius Constantin Boranescu was ...

Microsoft file: defendants colluded to influence governmental decisions and secure exorbitant amounts of money

Friday, July 21, 2017

The four defendants in the Microsoft overpriced licensing case - Dorin Cocos, Nicolae Dumitru, Gabriel Sandu and Gheorghe Stefan - colluded to influence governmental decisions and secure exorbitant amounts of money, and whether they acted out of greed or the obligation to provide money to others or to political parties is of no relevance, reads the reasoning of the five-judge panel ...

Gov't completes Romania's bid to host European Medicines Agency after relocation

Friday, July 21, 2017

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The Government has completed Romania's bid to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA) after its relocation from the UK following the UK exiting the European Union. "The relocation to Bucharest of the European Medicines Agency is an important opportunity that Romania could use. Attracting the main offices of an agency of the European Union would increase ...

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