Counties of Romania
UEFA representatives have paid their third visit to Bucharest to find out about the latest developments in Romania's preparations for hosting EURO 2020.
Following the earthquake which occurred at 3:38hrs, the Bucharest-Ilfov Inspectorate for Emergency Situation (ISU) conducted field reconnaissances in order to identify possible damages, taking into account that no calls were made to the 112 emergency number.
Bucharest, Aug 18 /Agerpres/ - The National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management issued on Saturday afternoon a Code Yellow for Floods in the Covasna, Brasov and Buzau counties, valid until 11:00 pm.
According to hydrologists, due to the rainfall there is potential local flooding effects and increase in flows and levels of rivers, in the counties of Covasna, Brasov and Buzau.
Hydrologists issued on Monday a code orange warning of flood valid until April 6 for the Danube River both downstream, the Calafat-Oltenita portion, as well as the Cernavoda-Galati portion and the Danube Delta.
Several public institutions in the Capital City Bucharest, as well as organizations are marking on Saturday the "Earth Hour."
* The Presidential Administration joins the "Earth Hour" campaign for the fourth consecutive year.
In this respect, on Saturday, between 20.30 and 21.30 EET, the lights at the Cotroceni Palace will be switched off, informs the Presidency.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday that the so-called tax reform approved by the Social Democratic Party (PSD), major at rule, has generated uncertainties that could affect investor confidence.
Romanians love sweets in general and pancakes are one of their favourites desserts. That was one reason why Alexandra Lipovan, a young woman from Satu Mare, in northern Romania, three years ago started ClaTos, a food truck from which she sells artisan-style French crepes.