President Klaus Iohannis sent a message on Thursday to a meeting of the Ecumenical Prayer Group in Parliament of Romania in which he underlines the Romanians' attachment to the European Union, warning that there is a danger of intolerant speech being activating to undermine the European Union.
Digitisation is a challenge and also an opportunity to overcome the barriers of time and space, President Klaus Iohannis said on Friday at the Conference of Ministers for Higher Education in Francophone Countries hosted by Parliament Palace in Bucharest. The president's message was read out by the presidential adviser Sergiu Nistor.
President Klaus Iohannis on Friday sent a message on the occasion of the Pesach holiday, in which he reaffirms his commitment to protect the rights of citizens belonging to national minorities and the spiritual and cultural heritage of the ethnic minorities, according to a Presidential Administration release.
Bucharest, Dec 2 /Agerpres/ - President Klaus Iohannis sent a message on Sunday on the occasion of Hanukkah holiday, the text being presented by presidential adviser Sergiu Nistor at the Choral Temple in Bucharest.
The Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Romania, Cord Meier-Klodt, said on Monday that it would be useful if the entire Government distanced themselves from the defamation of the German minority.
Ambassador of Armenia to Romania Sergey Minasyan states in an interview granted to AGERPRES that, in his opinion, the Armenian community in Romania enjoys a "privileged position" and is integrated within the society, the Romanian people's tolerance can set "a good example for many other countries."
Romania will continue to be part of the Francophonie, as it is intimately tied to these values, Romanian state officials assured at the conference "Centennial Romania's Francophone cultural model," which marked the 25th anniversary of organisational Francophonie in Romania, held in cooperation with the La Francophonie's Regional Office for Central and Eastern Europe (BRECO) and
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila convened on Tuesday at Victoria Palace the first Inter-ministerial Committee dedicated to the preparation of the Centennial, specifying that "unity should be the key word" this year.