Romania's National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) is a very important programme for Romania, under which big money will be doled out to three important sectors: transport - 6.7 billion euros, education - 3.6 billion euros, and healthcare - 2.4 billion euros. "The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (...) can be analysed, read by all Romanians at this time.
The Government approved the increase, from June 1, from 500 to 1,000 of the number of participants in cultural, artistic, entertainment activities carried out in open spaces, if they prove that they are vaccinated against COVID-19, tested or having gone through the SARS-CoV-2 infection, Prime Minister Florin Citu announced on Thursday.
The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) was elaborated at the level of the EU following the economic crisis provoked by the COVID pandemic, a different plan, because, besides the investment component, it includes reforms assumed by each country, said, on Wednesday, in Parliament, Prime Minister Florin Citu.
Romania's National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNNR) is a "highly balanced" one that will cover all important segments, from transport to health, from education to environment, from local public administration units to research and digital transformation, according to Deputy Prime Minister Kelemen Hunor, who says that Romania might officially submit the plan to the European Commission next we
The government's upcoming COVID vaccination communication campaign will run on all media channels and will have "emotion" at its core, while aiming to increase confidence in the medical system and in science in general.
Prime Minister Florin Citu said on Tuesday that the ministers failing to make reforms at loss-making state-owned companies will not receive extra funds at the next budget revision to cover expenses throughout the year, given the deficit target set earlier this year.
Romania's economy will advance beyond expectations this year, between 6% and 9%, according to latest estimates by international credit rating agencies, Prime Minister Florin Citu said on Tuesday. "I say that everything that was more complicated has passed, it is true that there are these adjustments, after this time, and every economy resists more or less.
The anti-COVID vaccine is and will remain free in Romania, the Prime Minister Florin Citu declared on Monday, during a video conference with the county prefects, adding that there have already been orders launched for continuing the vaccination campaign in the fall and next year as well. "You all need to be involved during this period because the vaccine remains free to all Romanians.
In a message on May 24, the 146th anniversary of the National Liberal Party (PNL), Prime Minister Florin Citu says that "only liberalism saves Romania," and Romanians must know that "the right-wing government is the only solution." "Happy anniversary, liberal Romania! The National Liberal Party celebrates today 146 years since its founding.
On Thursday, Romania's Prime Minister Florin Citu had a telephone conversation with his Polish counterpart, Mateusz Morawiecki, during which current items on the Romanian-Polish agenda - cooperation in trade and investment - were addressed along with the energy dimension that together with the continuation of close defence and security collaboration are priority items on the bilateral agenda.