Romania should use the EEA (European Economic Area) grants and Norway grants as soon as possible for the funds to quickly be accessed by the population and the other categories to which they are allotted, Minister for European Funds Eugen Teodorovici said on Wednesday, according to a release sent to AGERPRES.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Titus Corlatean, on Tuesday received the parliamentary delegation of the Republic of Moldova that participated in the last couple of days in Bucharest in the 4th meeting of the Joint Romanian-Moldovan Parliamentary Committee for European Integration, occasion on which he congratulated the authorities in Chisinau for their progress made in the European
A project for a high-speed train connecting Bulgaria's Varna to Romania's Bucharest is being prepared at the National Railway Infrastructure Company.
The first stage of the project envisages the reconstruction of the rail line Varna – Ruse, for which a tender procedure is to be called in the second half of the year, according to reports of Trud daily.
Remittances again registered an increase in 2013, with Romanians sending home 4.2 billion euro last year, according to data from the National Bank.
The rise is believed to signify that many Romanian emigrants to countries like Italy and Germany have again started to find stable employment after the worst of the financial crisis.
A review of a precautionary agreement between Romania and the IMF and the EU has been put off to November, after the government has drafted its 2015 budget, according to Romanian officials.
A sharp fall in the number of people traveling by train and lack of money to improve the lines are among the main reasons behind Romania’s decision to slash the number of railway workers and close almost half of the network.