Chairman of Romania's National COVID-19 Vaccination Coordination Committee (CNCAV) Valeriu Gheorghita said on Tuesday that Romania is in the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Delta variant of the virus is about to become dominant in the country.
Prime Minister Florin Citu discussed on Monday in Kiev with the Secretary of Energy of the United States of America, Jennifer Granholm, about the partnership with the USA for nuclear projects and about Romania's commitment regarding the cooperation on the energy area, during a meeting held on the sidelines of the inaugural summit of the Crimea Platform.
The Alliance for the Union of Romanians (AUR, parliamentary) deems that anti-COVID vaccination is "voluntary and this is how it should stay", asking the government "to cease with threatening and intimidating" the public workers who do not wish to vaccinate.
Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu on Thursday welcomed Issam Tawfiq Masalha, the approved ambassador of Palestine in Bucharest, in order to receive copies of the accreditation letters, hailing the excellent developments in the bilateral relationship and reiterating Romania's growing interest in strengthening sectoral relations with Palestine.
AUR (Alliance for the Unity of Romanians) is requesting president Iohannis, CSAT (Supreme Council for Country's Defence) and the Government not to expose the Romanian people to the wave of Afghani refugees, who could generate real threats to national security and would affect the country's already low budget. "At this moment, our priority is the Romanian people.
Prime Minister Florin Citu said on Wednesday that the evacuation of Romanian nationals from Kabul, Afghanistan, is underway, adding that, according to intel he has, the Romanian Air Force aircraft will take over other nationals from Afghanistan as well.
The president of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, ordered on Monday, August 16, 2021, the immediate involvement of the Romanian Air Forces to evacuate from the Kabul International Airport of Romanian citizens who are still on the Afghan state's territory, the Presidential Administration informs, in a press release sent to AGERPRES.
The photography exhibition "Curtea de Arges - a retrospective," with pictures from the AGERPRES archive will be varnished on Thursday at the Basarabilor Hall at the Curtea de Arges Municipal Museum. The exhibition includes 30 photographs showing Curtea de Arges, with the oldest ones showing the church built at the order of Neagoe Basarab dating back in 1938.
At a meeting on Wednesday, the Romanian government approved bringing up to 50,000 the contingent of non-EU workers who can apply for employment this year in Romania, according to Minister of Labour and Social Protection Raluca Turcan.
The Commission for the authorization of requests for public gatherings in Bucharest approved the carrying out of the "Bucharest Pride" 2021 march on Victoriei Avenue on August 14, with a maximum legal number of 500 participants. "Bucharest City Hall [PMB] and the ACCEPT Association have reached an agreement on the organization of 'Bucharest Pride' 2021.