Sibiu nominated among best 20 European tourist destinations

The city of Sibiu has been nominated, for the second consecutive year, on the list of the best 20 European tourist destinations by the European Best Destinations Association in a competition taking place between January 20 - 10 February, the Sibiu City Hall reported on Wednesday in a press statement. The ranking will be established according to the votes received by each participating city.

PM Citu: World Bank ranks Romania in top of countries with greatest number, most applied measures

Prime Minister Florin Citu said on Tuesday that the World Bank has confirmed the measures taken by the Liberal government in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, placing our country in the top of the countries with "the greatest number and the most applied" financial measures taken in response to the crisis caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Ankara issues threats ahead of dialogue

Just a week before the resumption of the 61st round of exploratory contacts between the two countries, Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu accused Greece of "provocations" and "illegal militarization of islands," warning that "if Athens insists on not cooperating, then the responsibility for any tensions will be on its shoulders."


2.049.348 died as a consequence of COVID-19 infection, while 68.630.134 recovered.
The highest number of confirmed cases was recorded in the United States - more than 24.6 million, India - more than 10.5 million, Brazil - more than 8.5 million, Russia - almost 3.6 million and the United Kingdom - more than 3.4 million.

PSD completes its own national budget to show Romanians money exists to increase pensions, allowances

National chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Marcel Ciolacu said on Monday that the Social Democrats have completed their own version of Romania's draft national budget for 2021 they will unveil at a later date. "We have completed our draft national budget for 2021 that we will unveil at a later date and that is also sustainable.