Ministry of Internal Affairs
The government has approved, by a decision, the substantiation note regarding spending relating to the investment project "Vision 2020", worth over 3 billion RON (around 681 million euro), of which 84.4 pct (around 2.7 billion RON) are European grants, the project focusing on "increasing the preparedness level for a rapid and efficient reaction to disasters of intervention crews," said minister
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) informs that 156 Romanian citizens and two foreign citizens who reside in Romania but were on Italian territory were repatriated to the country on Wednesday evening, with a special air charter.
Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Monday evening that there is no imposing rules without punishing the rule breakers, voicing confidence that Parliament would adopt a law also passed by the government on some measures to contain the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. "I am confident that with the adoption of the law that we have submitted to Parliament, the instruments will return to us.
Romania's Ombudsman on Wednesday posted an own petition on its website, calling attention to logging.
A hearing in the case against wartime Territorial Defence fighter Dusan Spasojevic at the Bosnian state court in Sarajevo was cancelled on Tuesday as his lawyer said he had received a message from the defendant's relatives saying that he had absconded.
"On Friday I got a text message from the relatives: 'He has left,'" said defence lawyer Nenad Rubez.
The health status of the two people diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus in Romania, who are still hospitalised at the specialist facilities in Cluj-Napoca and Timisoara, is good and they have no fever, the Strategic Communication Group reported on Monday.
The National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management (INHGA) has issued a code yellow warning for floods and overruns valid until midnight in eight hydrographic basins in Transylvania and Crisana.
Romania is under an obligation to issue electronic identity documents starting August 2021, and the Interior Ministry (MAI) will hold a public debate next week on the government ordinance it initiated on this matter, Interior Minister Marcel Vela said Friday.