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Romanian pupils in Sri Lanka returned to Romania

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Those eight Romanian high school pupils from Iasi who were in Sri Lanka during the deadly blasts have returned to Romania today, the Romanian Foreign Ministry announced. They are safe and sound. MAE said the pupils from the “Costache Negruzzi” High School in Iasi were in an exchange of experience in Sri Lanka. They came back to Romania safely with the support of the Romanian Embassy in Colombo and of Romania’s honorary consulate in ...

President Iohannis congratulates newly-elected Ukrainian President

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

President Klaus Iohannis has congratulated the new Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelenski for winning the election on Sunday."I want to congratulate you for winning the election and becoming the head of the Ukrainian state and to wish you good luck in your new mission. I also trust that, through dialogue and common actions, together we will be able to strengthen and diversify relations between Romania and Ukraine, which will also strengthen the territorial ...

Romania, shocked by recent attacks in Sri Lanka

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Romania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) has sent a message saying it was "shocked" by recent attacks in Sri Lanka."We are shocked by the outrageous attacks in Sri Lanka! Our deepest condolences to the people of Sri Lanka! Romania's thoughts and prayers go to the victims," reads the message posted on MAE's Twitter page. Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu said on Sunday that eight Romanian children were in the city of Colombo, the capital ...

Council of Europe picks Malta, Hungary and Romania for rule of law checks

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The Council of Europe (CoE) is set to conduct a review of Malta to check whether it is honouring its democratic commitments and obligations as a member of the international organisation, local media comment. It is normal for the CoE to carry out such reviews on its 47 Member States. However, a new mechanism introduced in January allows for a more targeted approach to be taken in the selection of the countries to be reviewed – and Malta, along ...

Catalin Ionita, Head of DGA, launches serious accusations against Interior minister

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The head of the General Anti-corruption Department (DGA) within the Interior Ministry, Catalin Ionita, has launched serious accusation against his boss, Interior Minister, Carmen Dan, claiming in a letter that the changes the minister plans to make within the DGA are actually targeting him. Minister Carmen has recently announced that there will be some changes operated at the General Anti-corruption Department. In the letter, ...

DNA: Mircea Draghici, prosecuted for another offense of embezzlement

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) has decided on Monday to extend the prosecution against Mircea Draghici, treasurer of the Social-Democratic Party (PSD) in regard to another offence of embezzlement. A DNA release reads that the prosecutors of the Section for Combating Corruption have noted that, as treasurer of the party, with management and administration attributions of goods and money of the respective political party, the suspect has ...

CSM refers to European Court controversial acquittal request by former minister

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

A panel of five judges of Romania's Supreme Court of Justice on Monday decided to refer to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to a request by former Tourism Minister Elena Udrea to have her sentencing in the Bute boxing bout case repealed, posing three questions including not applying Constitutional Court ruling when the financial interests of the European community are affected.Also, the Supreme Court decided to suspend ruling on an appeal for ...

Venice Commission delegation will arrive in Romania this week to meet Tudorel Toader

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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A Venice Commission delegation will arrive in Romania this week in order to discuss with Romanian authorities in the field of justice about the amendments on the laws of justice and the ruling coalition’s intention to amend the criminal codes. The delegation with have talks also on the setting up of the Special section for ...

Tanase (BVB): Regulating capital market creates confidence for investors

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The future of a capital market cannot happen in a deregulated area, because regulation creates confidence for investors, Adrian Tanase, the general manager of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB), told a specialist event."I do not think the future of a capital market can happen in a deregulated area. I am a fierce supporter of the regulated area because it has a well-defined purpose: to create confidence for investors. Trust is crucial to develop a capital market. ...

Stock Exchange president: We must bring all stakeholders interested in capital market development to same table

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

All the parties involved must sit down at the same table to hammer out a new national strategy for developing the capital market, president of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) Lucian Anghel told a specialist event on Monday."I remember that we've been through a series of major changes to the capital market legislation generated by the project aimed at removing the eight barriers to the development of a capital market. The capital market law underwent major ...

CCIR launched an online dialogue platform regarding EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR) launches, as a first in Romania, an online information and dialogue platform where the Romanian entrepreneurs can find useful information regarding the implementation of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), where they will have the possibility to ask questions, according to a release sent on Monday."The CCIR, in partnership with Japan's Embassy in Bucharest, is actively involved, through various ...

Iohannis asks Parliament to revise Law on Judiciary Crime Investigation Section

Monday, April 22, 2019

President Klaus Iohannis on Friday asked Parliament to revise the Law for the approval of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 90/2018 on certain measures for the operationalization of the Judiciary Crime Investigation ...

Bogdan Licu, interim prosecutor general

Monday, April 22, 2019

The Supreme Council of Magistrates (CSM)'s Prosecutors' Section decided on Friday to delegate Bogdan Licu as interim prosecutor general. Currently he serves as deputy prosecutor general."The 19.04.2019 meeting of the Prosecutors' Section decided to delegate prosecutor Dimitrie Bogdan Licu, deputy to Romania's Prosecutor General, to the position of Prosecutor General of Romania until the position is occupied, but no more than two months," reads a CSM ...

Dragnea, welcomed in Iasi by almost 2,000 supporters, as well as a few hundred protesters

Monday, April 22, 2019

Almost 2,000 members and supporters of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) welcomed party leader Liviu Dragnea, in front of the Luceafarul National Theatre of Iasi, while about 400 people demonstrated in the same area against him and the Social Democrats.The PSD leader was welcomed with brass-band music, in the applause of the crowd.Dragnea is attending the PSD Iasi County organisation conference, within which the new leadership will be established. The ...

Angela Cristea: If you don't vote for your and Europe's future, others will

Monday, April 22, 2019

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Head of the European Commission Representation in Romania, Angela Cristea this Friday called on Romania's citizens to exercise their electoral right on May 26 and vote for the future of Europe."Turn out to vote! If you are afraid of the future, because some are afraid of their future, then make sure that you have a say in your own future. Go to the ballots because this is a right and it would be a shame not to, because if you don't cast the ballot for your own ...

Romania - Turkey - Poland trilateral meeting în Ankara

Monday, April 22, 2019

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Regional and international security and the contribution to meeting NATO's goals were the topics Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu and his counterparts approached within the round of trilateral consultations of the foreign affairs ministers of Romania, Poland and Turkey, carried out over 18 -19 April in Ankara.According to a Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) release, the three foreign minister referred to the results of the recent NATO ministerial meeting, ...

First session of Romanian-Turkish Joint Economic and Trade Committee

Monday, April 22, 2019

Minister for Business Environment, Trade and Entrepreneurship Stefan-Radu Oprea participated on Friday in the first session of the Romanian-Turkish Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) and had a meeting with Turkish Commerce Minister Ruhsar Pekan, having as main discussion topics the commercial cooperation, the investment opportunities and the economic cooperation, the Ministry for Business Environment, Trade and Entrepreneurship (MMACA) informs in a ...

 23 companies for June's Global Entrepreneurship Summit in The Hague

Monday, April 22, 2019

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The Romanian participation in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) 2019 and ways to encourage fresh investments by Dutch entrepreneurs in Romania were the main subjects approached at the April 18 meeting between Paula Pirvanescu - Secretary of State of the Ministry for Business milieu, Commerce and Entrepreneurship (MMACA), and President of the Confederation of Netherlands Industry, Hans de Boer, the ministry said in a release.Ambassador of the Kingdom of the ...

Paintings by Grigorescu, Manet, Renoir displayed at Romanian Academy Library, as part of the Romania-France Cultural Season

Monday, April 22, 2019

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An exhibition called "Romania / France - Cultural Itineraries" comprising of a series of manuscripts, archival documents, correspondence, rare books, drawings and engravings that attest to the dynamics and developments in the historical ties between Romania and France opened on Friday at the Library of the Romanian Academy.The exhibition, part of the Romania-France Cultural Season events, brings together, among others, works by French and Romanian painters - ...

President Iohannis: fundamental laws changing to suit vested interests

Friday, April 19, 2019

President Klaus Iohannis said Thursday that fundamental laws in a state governed by the rule of law have been modified over the past two years to suit the interest of people who temporarily hold important political positions."Your strength of character, morality, and professionalism will be tested more than once. I am telling you this because you have to be prepared to face the pressures and attacks by politicians on the justice system. We have been witnessing for ...

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