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President Klaus Iohannis conveyed on Sunday a message on International Anti-Corruption Day, saying "Romania will not be able to reach its true potential until we manage to defeat this scourge."
Premier Viorica Dancila said in an interview aired on Saturday by private broadcaster Antena 3 that the complete documentation for the construction of the planned regional hospitals will be submitted by the end of this year, but that financing solutions still need to be identified.
The Cluj University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine (USAMV) has started a farrier training course, under a project intended to produce experts capable to further teach this profession in Romania.
The photo exhibition "Romania: Evolution" mounted by the AGERPRES National News Agency trevalled to Lisbon, Portugal, on Thursday, where he was presented at an Amicus Romaniae (Romania's friend) award gala in partnership with the Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) in Lisbon and the Romanian Embassy in Portugal.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Friday that the referral made by the Government to the Constitutional Court (CCR) in the case of the appointment of the new Ministers of Transport and Regional Development cannot solve the problem, which is of a political not constitutional nature.
Pope Francis will visit Bulgaria and Macedonia in May 2019. This was said by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva. She confirmed that an invitation has been sent, reports Darik.
The Pope never travels to just one country, Zaharieva commented to bTV and added that the preparation for the visit was serious.
United Nations Special Rapporteur on minority issues Fernand de Varennes Thursday told a press conference in Targu Mures that if a national minority in a country is numerous enough it is good practice to recognise the language of that minority as an official language.
In the Romania's vision, the European Union (EU) must have the appropriate tools to act on a regional and global level, following principles such as efficiency, consistency of its action, "especially in its neighborhood" honouring the commitments undertaken, Romania's Minister-delegate for European Affairs George Ciamba said on Thursday at the beginning of a seminar called "Stre
Greece is the fourth most religious country in Europe, behind Romania, Armenia and Georgia, a study by the Pew Research Center has found.
According to the survey published on Wednesday by the American think-tank, Greece ranked first, however, on the importance of religion in citizens' lives, with a response rate of 55 percent, against Romania's 50 percent.
Premier Viorica Dancila on Thursday had a phone talk with her Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki, reaffirming on the occasion Romania's full commitment to ensuring a successful Presidency of the EU Council, the government said in a release.
Religion is less important to Europeans than to people in Africa, Latin America or the United States, according to a study quoted by Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA) and the Bulgarian News Agency (BTA). At the same time, the drill conducted by the Pew Institute recognizes large differences between countries in Europe.