Romanian Intelligence Service

Iohannis says to consider recalling ambassador Maior after informal European summit

President Klaus Iohannis said Wednesday that he will make a final decision on the requested recall of Romania's ambassador to the US George Maior after an EU summit in Sibiu. "I have seen this letter and immediately after we finish the summit I will make a decision on this issue," Iohannis said.

Proposal to recall ambassador Maior based on term assessment (ministry)

The proposal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) to recall Romania's ambassador to the United States George Maior has come after analysing the diplomatic mission and finding that his actions "do not allow him to credibly promote Romania's interests in the States United of America." According to a MAE press statement released Wednesday, "the recall proposal came into being as a result of th

Majority party calls critical letter of 12 embassies discourteous, explicitly violating Vienna Convention

The Foreign Policy Department of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) considers that a recent letter by 12 embassies expressing concerns about the rule of law in Romania "explicitly" violates the provisions of the Vienna Convention that official communication of the embassies is done with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while also being discourteous to a government designated by a legitimate majo

Romanians continue to trust Army, Church, NATO, EU (INSCOP poll)

The institutions Romanians continue to trust the most are the Army and the Church internally, respectively NATO and the European Union at international level, at the opposite end being the political parties - reveals an INSCOP poll, conducted in March 5 - March 13, on the Konrad Adenauer Foundation demand.

Prosecutor General's Office responds to allegations of 'censoring' releases of Judiciary Crime Investigation Section in Kovesi case

The Prosecutor General's Office posted on Saturday evening a message on its Facebook page explaining why personal data were removed from two press releases of the Judiciary Crime Investigation Section regarding the case in which former head of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) Laura Codruta Kovesi was prosecuted.

INSCOP poll finds Army and NATO are the institutions Romanians trust the most

The Romanians trust the national forces and NATO the most, while the Parliament of Romania and the European Commission are on the end positions of the ranking of public trust in national and international institutions, respectively, shows an INSCOP poll conducted between January 21 and February 5 at the commission of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

Senate's Tariceanu:SRI budget cut, an important signal;legislation needs to be amended so it returns to its strictly constitutional framework

President of the Senate Calin Popescu-Tariceanu stated on Wednesday that the cut in the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) budget represents an important signal, that also says the legislation needs to be amended, so that the SRI returns to its strictly constitutional framework.

USR asks PACE to notify Venice Commission about ordinances announced in justice field

The Save Romania Union (USR) asked the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) to notify the Venice Commission in respect to the new emergency ordinances that the PSD-ALDE (Social Democratic Party - Alliance of Liberals and Democrats) Government is preparing in the justice field, USR informed in a release on Monday.

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