Romanian Embassy in Berlin
A polling station in Germany could not open on Friday, on the first day of the presidential election for Romanians abroad, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) reported on Friday.
The German Embassy in Bucharest says in a Facebook post that it has asked the dpa News Agency and the ZDF TV channel to correct parts in their story on Romania's Greater Union Centennial, underlining that the public accounts contradicting the fact that the modern Romanian state came into being through the unification of several regions, including Transylvania, do not match the point of
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) considers that the press article published by the German Press Agency (DPA) and taken over by the German public television station ZDF on the anniversary of the Greater Union Centennial does not reflect the historical truth, contains serious errors and a tendentious approach, specifying that it took action, through the Embassy of Romania in Berlin, with the
AGERPRES correspondent Florentina Peia reports: The voting procedures for the Romanian citizens abroad is a priority of this session of the Parliament, President Klaus Iohannis declared on Thursday night; he promised to monitor closely 'the way things advance in the Parliament' on this matter.
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