Eastern Romance people

President on Day of Romanians Everywhere:Building Romania requires everybody's input, from the country and abroad

In a message on the occasion of the Day of Romanians Everywhere, President Klaus Iohannis says that "it takes all the Romanians, from 'here' and 'out there', from the country and abroad, to build together the prosperous and secure Romania we desire." "The last Sunday of May gives us the opportunity to observe the Day of Romanians Everywhere, a celebration dedicated to those outside country bord

Pandemic Makes Europe’s Economies Hungry for Romania’s ‘Strawberry Pickers’

Often despised as unskilled, low-quality migrants that brought little added value to their new countries - while posing a threat supposedly to jobs and welfare services - nationalist political movements such as Brexit in the UK have often used their presence as part of their platforms.

Senate's Cazanciuc: Parliament to debate as soon as possible bill that came from Government on state of alert

Acting Senate President Robert Cazanciuc declared on Monday that Parliament will quickly debate the bill of the Executive regarding the measures in the state of alert, stating that it is "extremely interested if the Government is backing this normative act with a scientific study that would give Romanians the certainty that from May 15 they can leave their homes safely." "I have not received su

ALDE's Tariceanu asking for inquiry into departure of 2,000 Romanians to work in Germany

National leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) Calin Popescu-Tariceanu argues that a parliamentary committee should be set up to inquire into what he dubs "the asparagus operation" that saw 2,000 Romanians leave to work in Germany amid an ongoing state of emergency. "We do not want to investigate why the Romanians have left for work in Germany.

President Iohannis: Greek language helps us talk about democracy, condemn xenophobia

Today's Romania is the fruit of history that brought Romanians in contact with peoples and communities of cultural identities that enriched not only our cultural heritage, but also the diversity of European civilization, says President Klaus Iohannis, in a message transmitted on Monday on the occasion of the Greek Language Day.

INTERVIEW/Ambassador Mihalache: I assure all fellow citizens their rights in UK remain unchanged, at least in transition period

Romanian Ambassador in London Dan Mihalache assures the Romanian citizens living in the UK that their rights will remain unchanged, at least in the transitional year following the official exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

#PresidentialElection2019/ Dancila slams Iohannis as divisive, wanting Gov't and Parliament dance to his tune

Social Democrat leader and candidate for president Viorica Dancila told an electoral meeting in the commune of Hintasti - Suceava County this Wednesday that the country is divided because the incumbent president has split it into the good and the bad and has brought down a government without putting anything in place. "We have a divided country.

President Iohannis: For Romanians in UK nothing changes; it would be good if we reached agreement

AGERPRES special correspondent Florentina Peia reports: President Klaus Iohannis stated that the agreement regarding the exit of the United Kingdom from the community bloc announced on Thursday doesn't change anything in what regards the Romanians in the UK and said he is optimistic that this agreement will be approved in the European Council.

PSD's Dancila at BEC: Romanians need a different kind of president

Romanians need a different kind of president who should love Romania and the Romanians, said on Thursday Chairperson of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Viorica Dancila, who submitted her candidacy in the presidential election of November at the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC).

PM Dancila: I want all political parties to assume as objective Romanians' welfare

The leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), Viorica Dancila has stated she wishes all political parties assumed as objective the Romanians' welfare and announced that the national minorities' parliamentary group in the Chamber of Deputies signed the National Pact for Romanians' welfare.