Bucharest, May 13 /Agerpres/ - Bucharest General Mayor Nicusor Dan said that he submitted to the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA) a complaint about an estimated damage to the tune of several million euros incurred by the Municipality during the previous administration and that the "crime scheme" is all the more so 'cynical' as it concerns the Bucharest cemeteries.
The target is 20,000 Bucharesters to be vaccinated daily against COVID-19, vs rd 15,000 currently, on Thursday said the Bucharest Prefect, Alin Stoica, on Facebook. "I've been watching lately what the vaccination rate is and the ceiling is somewhere between 14,000 and 15,000 and the goal is to reach 20,000 vaccinations a day.
Performance halls and indoor restaurants can operate at 50% capacity from a current 30%, said on Thursday, Bucharest Prefect Alin Stoica said on Thursday after a meeting of the Bucharest Emergency Management Committee, which convened as the 14-day cumulative COVID-19 reporting rate in the city fell below 1.5 per 1,000 population.
Bucharest's Vacaresti National Park turns 5, interval in which, through daily monitoring, there were identified 331 plant species and 336 animal species, according to the Vacaresti National Park Association. "The Vacaresti National Park turns 5 today.
The I. L. Caragiale National Theater in Bucharest will reopen on 14 May, with performances in four halls at the same time, the institution's manager, actor Ion Caramitru said. "The National Theater reopens in two ways: first, starting from the pilot-programme initiated by the Ministry of Culture.
Performance halls and restaurants indoors to operate at 30 pct capacity as of Monday, said the Bucharest Prefect, Alin Stoica, on Sunday, following a reunion of the Bucharest City Committee for Emergency Situations (CMBSU).
The thematic exhibition "100% .RO - Prejudices", striving to present the connection between haute couture and Romanian folk art from the perspective of the French fashion designer Philippe Guilet, can be visited, starting with Friday, at the Folk Art Museum Dr. Nicolae Minovici.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu said on Wednesday evening that Romania is not directly threatened by the evolution of the situation on the Black Sea, but it must be de-escalated.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu will host in Bucharest the Romania - Poland - Turkey trilateral meeting on security, with his counterparts Zbigniew Rau and Mevlut Cavusoglu attending, the Foreign Ministry informs in a release on Wednesday.