Simona Klodnischi

#DiplomaticCentennial/Lilian Zamfiroiu: Romania's taking over EU presidency, both unprecedented challenge, matching opportunity

The relations between Romania and Luxembourg are unfolding in a privileged framework of dialogue at both bilateral and European level, marked by the moment in 2007 when Luxembourg and Sibiu became European Capitals of Culture, which gave a new boost to the bilateral relationship and created a substantial bond not only between the two cities but also between the two countries, Romania's

Ex DNA head Kovesi to serve as delegated prosecutor with Supervision & Control Service of General Prosecution Office

Former head of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) Laura Codruta Kovesi was appointed on Wednesday by Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar to serve as delegated prosecutor with the Supervision and Control Service of the Prosecutor's Office attached to the High Court of Cassation and Justice.

President Iohannis to attend NATO summit in Brussels

Bucharest, July 9 /Agerpres/ - President Klaus Iohannis will attend the NATO summit taking place in Brussels July 11 - 12, the Presidential Administration announced, adding that the program will include a meeting of the North Atlantic Council, a working meeting of the Allied leaders, as well as a meeting in the format of the Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan.

Prime Ministers Viorica Dancila, Li Keqiang welcome upward development of Romania - China relations

Premier Viorica Dancila met on Saturday with Premier of the State Council of China Li Keqiang, on the sidelines of the 7th Summit of the China - Central and Eastern European Countries cooperation format ('16+1') organized in Sofia; the two officials welcomed on the occasion the upward evolution of relations between the two countries, highlighting the great capital of trust and t

#DiplomaticCentennial UK Ambassador Paul Brummell: Despite term running to end, I am not leaving Romania, in so many ways

British Ambassador to Romania Paul Brummell says in an interview with AGERPRES that although his term in Bucharest is running to end, he is not leaving Romania "in many ways".

FJR:Passage of Criminal Code amendments at speed of light turns Romania away from rule of law standards

The adoption of the amendments to the Criminal Code at the speed of light, in blatant breach of international conventions and by ignoring the opinions of the Venice Commission, turns the Romanian state farther away from the minimal standards of the rule of law, the Romanian Judges Forum (FJR) said.

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