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Iraqi Woman Tried to Enter Romania with a Passport Bought in Bulgaria

Iraqi woman was captured today at the Ruse-Giurgiu border checkpoint while attempting to enter illegally into Romania with a British passport, Agency Agerpres reported, citing the Territorial Inspectorate of the Romanian border police.

PM puzzled by "increasingly bizarre situation"

Brnabic on Friday added that she "does not know what more Serbia can do" - replying to reporters who asked her to comment on Croatia's continued insistence that Serbia should "clearly and unequivocally" condemn the behavior of Vojislav Seselj that had led to a Croatian delegation cutting short their visit.

Sweden ready to invest USD 15bn in ecology projects

According to a statement from the Serbian Ministry of Environmental Protection, Lundin, who met with Minister Goran Trivan, said his county was ready to invest USD 15 billion in projects dedicated to ecology.

Romania President Slates Call to Move Embassy to Jerusalem

Romania's President Klaus Iohannis on Friday condemned the Social Democrat-led government for suggesting that Romania might transfer the country's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

Social Democratic Party leader Liviu Dragnea told a talk show on Thursday that the government had begun the formalities to move the embassy to Jerusalem in line with US earlier decision to do so.

Minister Intotero in Chisinau says MRP's main objective is promoting and extending use of Romanian language

Minister for Romanians Abroad Natalia-Elena Intotero, who is paying a working visit to the Republic of Moldova, had a series of meetings on Thursday with representatives of the administration, denominations in Chisinau, as well as with members of the local authorities, during which she reconfirmed the support of Romania's Government for the Romanians over the Pruth River, a release sent

Romania to be first EU member to move embassy to Jerusalem?

If this happens, Romania will be the first EU member-state to follow the example of the US, who have so far been joined by Guatemala and Honduras.

The Jerusalem Post writes that Romania will "soon move its embassy to Jerusalem," citing Liviu Dragnea, president of the Chamber of Deputies and a member of Romania's ruling party, who spoke on Thursday.

Minister: Police won't allow any gatherings in Hrtkovci

Several political organizations have announced possible gatherings in Hrtkovci and the state of Serbia will not allow endangering of public order and peace and of citizens freedoms, Stefanovic said when Tanjug agency asked whether the MUP would allow the holding of political rallies in that village.

PM speaks with president of NATO Parliamentary Assembly

Brnabic told Alli that Serbia, although a military neutral country, without aspirations towards NATO membership or any other military alliance in the world, "has confirmed its commitment to further development of cooperation with the Alliance and the countries which are members of this organization."

Speaker Dragnea: We had several discussions with Orban; Hungary unambiguously supports Romania's candidacy to OECD

Speaker of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies and national leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Liviu Dragnea said on Thursday he had talked on several occasions with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Romania's candidacy to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the establishment of a Roman Catholic high school in Targu Mures.

StateSec Neculaescu reiterates Romania's support for Georgia's European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations

Secretary of State with Romania's Foreign Ministry (MAE) Dan Neculaescu carried out consultations on Thursday with Georgia's Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Vakhtang Makharoblishvili, context in which he reiterated Romania's support for the European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Georgia, as well as the firm support of our country in relation to Georgia's terri