Romania firmly condemns the terrorist attacks, President Klaus Iohannis underscored on Wednesday in the United Nations General Assembly, which takes place in New York.
Defence Minister Gabriel Les said on Tuesday at the repatriation ceremony of posthumous Sub-Lieutenant Ciprian-Stefan Polschi and diplomat Vasile Raduna, both killed in Kabul, that Romania remains "unwavering" in its determination to contribute to the international effort to fight against terrorism.
Corporal Ciprian Stefan Polschi, 38, killed in Afghanistan on Thursday, was posthumously extended honorary citizenship of the city of Buzau at a meeting on Monday of the Buzau Local Council.
President Klaus Iohannis has signed the decree on the decoration of sublieutenant Polschi Alexandru Ciprian-Stefan, killed in a terrorist attack in Kabul.
The French Ambassador in Bucharest, Michele Ramis, conveyed on Thursday, in the meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ramona Manescu, a message of condolence and solidarity with the Romanian side, following the terrorist attack in Kabul, which resulted in the death of a member of the diplomatic mission of Romania, and appreciated the important role of our country in the most difficult a
The Romanian serviceman who lost his life on Thursday in Afghanistan is corporal third class Ciprian-Stefan Polschi, who was a driver with the command structures of NATO in Kabul, the Ministry of National Defence informs. "The serviceman lost his life following the detonation of a car bomb, near the Green Zone of Afghanistan's capital, while driving a service vehicle.
The chairman of the Save Romania Union, Dan Barna, has sent condolences to the family of the Romanian serviceman that lost his life in Kabul on Thursday and said that the wave of terrorist attacks compromises the attempt to pacify Afghanistan, and the international community must react. "The terrorist attacks in Kabul concern all of us!
President Klaus Iohannis on Thursday sent a condolence message following the terrorist attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, resulted in the death of a Romanian serviceman, and added that the Army is and will continue to be a fundamental institution of Romania.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has sent condolences to the family of a Romanian soldier killed on Thursday in Kabul, Afghanistan, saying that Romania will continue to condemn and fight with all its might against terrorism. "Condolences to the family of the Romanian soldier who died today in Kabul and to all those who have lost someone!