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Twenty-five years ago, cinemas graced almost every town in Romania. Now the country has the smallest numbers of cinemas per head of the population in Europe: less than 50 for a country of 19.5 million inhabitants. More than 400 have closed down since 1990.
BELGRADE - Romania could be of great assistance to Serbia and its administration in the implementation of vital reforms, Tanja Miscevic, head of negotiating team in Serbia's EU accession talks, and former Romania's chief negotiator in EU talks Vasile Puscas agreed during a meeting they had in Belgrade on Monday.
Communication may improve voter interest in EU elections, analysts say
Analysts debate what the Union can do to engage Balkan voters.
Turnout in EU Parliament elections can be increased through better communication with citizens, analysts said, after statistics showed that most voters chose not to cast ballots last month.
Foreign Affairs Minister Titus Corlatean met a US Congress delegation on Sunday; he pointed out to Senators John McCain, Ron Johnson and Christopher Murphy the political relevance of the Romania-US Strategic Partnership on the regional level, and the importance of Romania's position on NATO's eastern flank, within the current security context.
Chamber of Deputies Chairman Valeriu Zgonea welcomed United States Senators John McCain, Ron Johnson and Chris Murphy at the Parliament Palance on Sunday, a release informed AGERPRES.
During the talks with his American guests, Zgonea underlined the importance of the acceleration of the US visa waiver for Romanias.