Romania's President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday was awarded the European Prize Coudenhove-Kalergi 2020, a distinction he said honoured him. "I am honoured to have been awarded the Coudenhove-Kalergi 2020 Prize," said Iohannis.
More than 800 guests are expected this evening at the Women in Economy 2020 Gala, an event that rewards business excellence. "The merits of the ladies who have changed the business world in Romania must be acknowledged. With a solid academic background, they succeeded in proving their worth in an extremely complicated environment.
Hearings of the ministers picked to be part of the Citu Government continue today by the specialist committees of Parliament.
As many as 42 people are currently in institutional quarantine in Romania nationwide, and 9,431 are monitored at home for the novel coronavirus. According to a press statement released by the Strategic Communication Group, three people have been so far diagnosed with COVID-19 in Romania, one of whom was declared cured after testing negative.
On March 3, 1990, the Iasi-based Institute of Archaeology was established by restructuring the Old History and Archeology Department of the local A.D. Xenopol Institute of History and Archaeology, and Dan Gh. Teodor was appointed director.
Singer Roxen will represent Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which will take place in Rotterdam in May, performing the song 'Alcohol You,' the public choice winner on Sunday evening of the National Final organised by the Romanian National Television Broadcasting Corporation (TVR) at the Sports Hall in Buzau.
Romanian judokas Stefan Adelina Dobre and Serafima Moscalu won bronze medals on Sunday at the Warsaw European Open 2020 competition in Warsaw, Poland. In the women's 63kg class, Stefania Dobre defeated Polish Agata Zacheja, lost in the quarter-finals to Swiss Carina Hildbrand, but in the repechages she defeated Polish Natalia Kropska, and then she went on to defeat Belgium's Selina Delen.
Custodian of the Romanian Crown Margareta told a Rare Disease Day event hosted by Elisabeta Palace that by extending her patronage to the National Alliance for Rare Diseases in Romania she wanted to help sufferers of such diseases get treatment. "I understand very well what is happening in our country and in the world.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection command within the UK National Crime Agency (NCA) organised in Bucharest this week a capability development workshop on investigating child sexual abuse and exploitation (CSAE), according to the British Embassy in Romania.
Two more people - a woman from Timisoara and a man from Maramures - have teste positive for the novel coronavirus, senior official with the Health Ministry Nelu Tataru said Friday.