Minister of Public Finance Eugen Teodorovici said on Wednesday that Romania is at "top level" in Europe in terms of economic growth and does not know on what data President Klaus Iohannis relies when he says that our country goes in the wrong direction from an economic point of view. "I do not know what other evidence should be brought for the president and other analysts to be convinced.
Romania is missing a clear, smart and long-term vision of entrepreneurial development with models of sound economic growth, that was a message from President Klaus Iohannis delivered on Thursday by presidential advisor Cosmin Marinescu at the "Women in Economy" Gala organised by the National Confederation of Female Entrepreneurship.
President of Slovenia Borut Pahor was welcomed on Tuesday morning by his Romanian counterpart Klaus Iohannis with military honours at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace.
The Slovenian high official is on an official visit to Romania, at the invitation of the Romanian president.
"Mr President, we welcome you with a little snow," President Iohannis told his Slovenian counterpart.