Bucharest Prefect Alin Stoica has announced that the officials will not give up the COVID-19 restrictions in place in the city, as he considers that the measure to close shops at 18:00hrs does not represent "such a dramatic change" in the life of the citizens, but just a "lack of comfort." "Almost all the people of Bucharest follow these restrictions and understand their importance.
People who instigated violence during Monday night's protests against the new measures taken by the authorities to prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2 must pay, Bucharest's prefect Alin Stoica said. "Those who instigated violence must pay.
As many as 188 people have been taken to police stations after a protest rally on Monday evening in Bucharest, head of the Bucharest General Police Directorate Bogdan Berechet said on Tuesday.
A demonstration against coronavirus restrictions is underway in Bucharest, as several hundred people marched on Monday evening from the initial protest venue in Bucharest's University Square to Victoriei Square, in front of the government seat.
The World Bank is a key partner for Romania, both by the impact of financing for sectoral reform projects and by the benefits of receiving the banking institution's expertise in these areas, Finance Minister Alexandru Nazare told an online meeting on Monday with World Bank Group representatives.
A participant in the anti-restriction protest staged in the Bucharest University Square on Monday was held by gendarmes and taken to a police precinct after he refused to identify himself and turned violent with the law enforcement officers. "The man refused to put on a protective mask, which is why he was asked to identify himself.
The representatives of Metrorex employees understood that it is important to cease the protest, with the metro traffic to be resumed on Saturday, Bucharest City prefect Alin Stoica said on Friday.