Latest News from Romania

Bulgarian Head of State: We Can Not Allow Someone Else to Decide the Future of Bulgarian Energy Projects

President Rumen Radev is on a working visit to the Slovakian town of Košice to participate in the B9 summit, the presidential press service announced.

Within the framework of the international forum, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland are discussing security issues within the framework of NATO's collective approach.

PM Zaev: The Republic of North Macedonia is going through a process of essential reforms

The Republic of North Macedonia is going through a process of essential reforms, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev stated on Thursday at the end of the meeting with Prime Minister Viorica Dancila at the Victoria Palace, mentioning that "he changed "the political climate in the country" and placed North Macedonia "on a clear path of democracy." "Eleven years ago, here, in Bucharest, an historic opportun

Iohannis: Consistent approach needed on NATO's Eastern Flank; Russia still threatens Black Sea stability

AGERPRES special correspondent to Kosice, Slovakia, Florentina Peia reports: Romania's President Klaus Iohannis said he is worried about the latest developments in the Black Sea region as Russia "is threatening the stability of the region," underscoring the need for "a consistent approach across the entire NATO eastern flank." "We need to ensure a consistent approach all across the eastern flan

NATO Secretary General Arrives on a Visit to Bulgaria

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrives on a visit to Sofia on Thursday evening at the invitation of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, the government information service said. They will hold a working dinner to discuss co-operation in the security and defense and stability of the Western Balkans and the region.

Hundreds of American soldiers to come to Romania equipped with tanks, fighting vehicles, helicopters

US Army Europe troops will arrive from Poland at the end of this February together with military equipment at the Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base in Constanta County as part of the US engagement to secure NATO's eastern flank under Operation Atlantic Resolve, according to a press statement released by the Romanian Defence Ministry (MApN) on Wednesday.

In January, Bulgarians Traveled mostly to Greece and Turkey

The number of trips of Bulgarian citizens abroad in January was 402.3 thousand, or 3.8% above those registered in January 2018, according to data from the National Statistics Institute. There is an increase in travel to Romania - 13.8%, Turkey - by 12%, Austria - by 7.5%, Germany by 6.8%, Spain by 5.8%, France by 4.9%.

EC: Romania is confronted with increased risks-current account deficit deteriorates, increase of unit labour costs

Romania is confronted with increased risks in the form of the current account deficit deteriorating and the increase of unit labor costs, and the recent government decisions have increased the risks in the financial sector and they could negatively affect private investment, the European Commission shows in the Country Report Romania published on Wednesday.

Which were the most Important Deals in CEE in 2018 and which of them Included Bulgaria?

The number of mergers and acquisitions (M & A) in Bulgaria doubled in the first half of last year compared to the same period in 2017 and the leading investor in our country are companies registered in South Africa. Also between January and June, Bulgaria is part of two of the top 10 of the largest transactions for the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region, reports money.bg

French Embassy: Romanian specialists - awarded Palmes Academiques Order

Several Romanian specialists in different fields were decorated in a ceremony with the Palmes Academiques Order by the Ambassador of France in Bucharest, Michele Ramis. According to a press release from the French Embassy sent to AGERPRES, the Palmes Academiques Order in the rank of Knight was awarded to Alexandru Aldea, Manuela Delia Anghel, Ionela Baluta, Sonia Berbinschi, and Janos Torok.

Sofia Film Fest Begins on March 7th

The 23rd Sofia International Film Festival will happen from 7-17-28 March 2019 in Sofia. In the frame of the festival is organized the co-production market Sofia Meetings which brings more than 300 foreign professionals to the festival including strong number of distributors, members of Europa Distribution, and exhibitors, members of Europa Cin

Pillar two pension fund managers report yield of 127.1pct in 2008-2018

The total return on investment reported by pillar two pension fund managers was 127.1pct May 20, 2008 to the end of 2018, giving an average annual yield rate of 8.03pct, according to a press statement released by the Association of Romania's Privately-managed Pension Plans (APAPR).

Bulgaria has Voted Against Kovesi as European Prosecutor

Bulgaria voted on Wednesday(20/02/2019) against the first European public prosecutor Laura Koveshi, a source close to the diplomatic circles in Brussels told the Sega newspaper.

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