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ECSC 2019/Minister of Communications and Information Society: Romania makes continuous efforts to be on European cybernetics map

Romania continues to make efforts to be on the map of European cybernetics, and the European Cyber Security Challenge 2019 taking place in Bucharest these days proves that it has very well trained young people who are passionate about cyber security, Minister of Communications and Information Society Alexandru Petrescu told AGERPRES on Wednesday.

Alecu (CERT-RO): We thought of a working document to strengthen collaboration between state, private and educational areas

Collaboration between the state, the private environment and the educational area is very important, which is why we thought, with the help of the cybersecurity field, of a working document to include the most important ideas meant to ensure that the human resource is ready and motivated to stay in Romania, Iulian Alecu, the deputy general director of the National Response Centre for Cyber Secu

Vacant Properties Increased by 24%

Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Netanya and Haifa are the most prominent cities with the highest percentage of empty homes. The share of vacant properties in the whole country has increased by 24% from 2012. As of mid-2019, 170,300 units are not occupied of more than 9 months. This is 6.5% of Israel's housing stock, according to the National Statistical Institute of the country.

Romanian weightlifters Irina Lepsa, Nicolae Onica land on podium at IWF Mediterranean Cup in San Marino

Romanian athletes Irina Lepsa and Nicolae Onica this weekend landed on the podium of the 12th Weightlifting IWF Mediterranean Cup in Serravalle - San Marino, a 'Silver' Olympic qualification tournament, the Romanian Weightlifting Federation announced on its Facebook page.

State Department: US-Greek relations at an 'historic high point'

The United States and Greece are working together in the Eastern Mediterranean to expand regional cooperation, including through the "3+1" grouping with Greece, Cyprus, and Israel, the State Department said on Friday, as its head Mike Pompeo started his two-day visit to Athens.

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