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Iohannis: Educated Romania project has historical financial backing - 3.6 billion euro

The Educated Romania project benefits from a "historical financial backing" of over 3 billion and a half euro, President Klaus Iohannis stated on Wednesday. "The Educated Romania project has an important, I would say historical, financial backing, worth 3.6 billion euro.

Kelemen Hunor: No blockage in coalition, we support SIIJ abolition; mistakes of past musn't be repeated

Deputy Prime Minister Kelemen Hunor, the chair of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) stated on Wednesday that there is no blockage within the governing coalition on the topic of the dismantlement of the Section for the Investigation of Judicial Crimes (SIIJ) and added that he expects the Senate to be convoked in extraordinary session on the topic, the law being already on the agen

Ghinea: Next two days I will be in Brussels for final applied discussions on PNRR

The Minister of Investments and European Projects, Cristian Ghinea, is to conduct, Thursday and Friday, a working visit to Brussels, for the final applied discussions on the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), and will have meetings with the Vice President of the European Commission, Margrethe Vestager, and with the technical teams that are working on PNRR and the future operational p

PNL's Orban: For me democracy is fundamental; Citu's statements - a joke

The chairman of the National Liberal Party (PNL), Ludovic Orban, stated, on Tuesday, regarding the statement made by Prime Minister Florin Citu regarding that the PNL has reached dictatorship, that this is "a joke" and emphasized that for him, democracy is fundamental. "It's a joke. For me, democracy is fundamental, both in society and in the party.

COVID-19 vaccination campaign: 16,705 people immunised in 24h, 9,213 with first dose

Romania's National COVID-19 Vaccination Coordination Committee (CNCAV) reports that 16,705 doses of vaccine have been administered in the past 24 hours, of which 10,562 doses of Pfizer vaccine, 487 of Moderna vaccine, 287 of AstraZeneca vaccine and 5,369 of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. CNCAV shows that 9,867 people were vaccinated with the first dose and 6,838 received the second dose.

Single baccalaureate,possibility for highschools to organize entry exams before National Evaluation - Educated Romania proposals

A single baccalaureate exam focused on minimal competencies, regardless of education form, and the possibility for high schools, where demand exceeds offer, to organize entry exams before the National Evaluation, are among the proposals of the project "Educated Romania", which is in the stage of concluding consultations.

Study: 62 pct of Romanians dream to move to countryside, in coming years; essential condition - good Internet connection

Nearly two thirds of Romanians (62 pct) living in the urban environment could move to the countryside, in the next one or two years, but the number one condition to make this step is a good internet connection, show the results of the Vodafone Institute's Digitising Europe Pulse survey published on Wednesday.

INS: 52.2 pct increase in number of construction authorizations for residential buildings, in May

The number of construction authorizations issued for residential buildings increased by 52.2 pct in May, compared to the same month of 2020, but decreased by 0.4 pct over the previous month, shows the data published on Wednesday by the National Institute for Statistics (INS).

Bucharest Mayor Dan, on Euro 2020: Bucharest proved it can organize large scale events

Mayor of Bucharest Nicusor Dan stated, on Tuesday, that, by organizing the European Football Championship, Bucharest has proven that it can organize large scale events. "It's a pride for Bucharest, it's a pride for the Municipality that we managed to be up to the standards of a competition of this level, followed probably by over one billion persons at the global level.

Ciolacu:Like Switzerland, nobody gives us any chance at today's censure motion,will fight until last vote

Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Marcel Ciolacu stated on Tuesday that, just as Switzerland's football team, nobody gives the Social Democrats any chances at the censure motion, but they will fight until the last vote. "Last night, together with tens of thousands of spectators, I saw what it means to fight until the last minute.