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Twelve monuments unveiled in 2019 in memory of Romanian troops dead in NKVD labour camps, special hospitals

Twelve monuments placed in cemeteries positioned near former NKVD camps and special hospitals where thousands of Romanian troops are buried, were unveiled and sanctified in 2019, as a result of the steps taken in the last years by the Romanian Embassy in the Russian Federation to honour the memory of the Romanian military who fell on both the Eastern Front during WWII and in captivity, Ambassad

#2019PresidentialElection/ Dancila: I still believe we should move our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

PSD's (Social Democratic Party) presidential candidate Viorica Dancila stated on Tuesday that she still thinks moving the Romanian Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would be the right thing to do, but she would ask for the opinion of the relevant institutions before making this decision, if she became President.

In Jerusalem, Romania's minister Intotero discusses developing bilateral co-operation with local administration

AGERPRES special correspondent Catalina Matei reports: Developing co-operation between the Romanian and Israeli nations was the main topic of discussion held in Jerusalem on Tuesday as part of a visit by the Minister for Romanians Abroad, Natalia Intotero, along with an official retinue, at the Jerusalem City Hall.

Ambassador Maior: Ties between Romania and US peak since establishment of diplomatic relations

The ties between Romania and the US have peaked since the establishment of diplomatic relations almost 140 years ago, Romania's Ambassador to the United States George Maior emphasizes in a viewpoint presented in a press release broadcast on Thursday evening about the state of the Romanian-American relations, "in the context of the interest expressed by some public voices in Romania". supports efficient communication of progress in Eastern Partnership, strengthening of EU support for Eastern partners

Minister Delegate for European Affairs George Ciamba on Tuesday asserted in Luxembourg that the objectives of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU include the need of a more efficient communication about the outcome and progress achieved under the Eastern Partnership, as well as starting a comprehensive debate on defining the vision for the following decade, capable to strengthen EU

PM Dancila: I hold on to my viewpoint as to moving the embassy in Israel, but we will not have a stance against EU

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila declared that she maintains her stance regarding the move of the Romanian Embassy to Jerusalem, adding that such a solution is not one against the European Union. "Everyone's opinion must be justified. I believe that we have done what is right, and that Romania must have its own point of view to be respected.