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Pope Francis's visit to Romania to be carried out in Bucharest, Sumuleu Ciuc, Iasi and Blaj

Pope Francis's apostolic visit to Romania will be carried out between 31 May and 2 June, in Bucharest, Sumuleu Ciuc, Iasi and Blaj, the Presidential Administration informed on Monday. According to the quoted source, the Sovereign Pontiff will be in Bucharest on 31 May, on 1 June he will tour Sumuleu Ciuc and Iasi and on 2 June he will be in Blaj.

President Iohannis: I want a well-organised, well-thought-out referendum

President Klaus Iohannis stated on Saturday that the referendum on justice should be "well-organised, well-thought-out" in partnership with the civil society and with political parties "good faith." "In order to give the Romanians their vote back, I started to re-assess the idea of a referendum.

Romanian Senate ratifies protocol on the Republic of North Macedonia's accession to NATO

The Romanian Senate, as the decision-making chamber on Wednesday unanimously ratified a bill ratifying a protocol on North Macedonia's accession to NATO, signed in Brussels on February 6, 2019. Attending the vote plenary session was Speaker of the Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia Talat Xhaferi.

On May 5 Pope Francis will Address Millions of Catholics Around the World from Sofia

During his apostolic trip to Bulgaria from 5 to 7 May this year. Pope Francis will visit Sofia and Rakovski, and then on May 7 he will travel to Skopje, the presidential press service announced.

The press service of the Holy See has published on Thursday a working version of the pope's program in Bulgaria and northern Macedonia.

#Romania2019.eu/Ciamba: Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, joint responsibility, all parties' involvement, needed

The implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a shared responsibility, calling for the active involvement of the Member States, the private sector and the civil society, George Ciamba, Minister-delegate for European Affairs told the "Annual Industry Days" Conference, informs the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) in a press release. Present at the "Navigating through SDGs.

Pyatt: Democracies need tools to counter disinformation

Modern democracies need tools and tactics to counter disinformation campaigns organized by state and non-state actors, US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt said on Monday, during an event organized by the Atlantic Council, together with the US Embassy to Greece and Greek think tank diaNEOsis.

"Commitment to modernizing country and its European path"

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Thursday in a meeting with members of the delegation of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, led by Chairperson David McAllister, that the government will remain committed to further modernization of the country, noting that it will continue to implement the necessary reforms with this aim.

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