President Klaus Iohannis signed on Wednesday the decree regarding the withdrawal of the decoration given to the Emergency County Hospital Saint John the New in Suceava, announces the Presidential Administration. "Thus, pursuant to the provisions of art. 94 letter b) and of art. 100 of the Romanian Constitution, republished, as well as of Law no.
The seventh stanza of Zdravljica, or A Toast in English, set to music by Stanko Premrl in 1905, was chosen to be Slovenia's national anthem in March 1990.
An ode to wine, it is one of few national anthems that is not militant, but in fact celebrates the idea of tolerance and co-existence among nations.
President Klaus Iohannis on Tuesday sent a message to Romanian medics, whom he told that they are in the "front line" of the fight against COVID-19. "I know, we know it is tough for you, but you are on the front line. We all look at you with hope, with confidence. You are the line of defence of the population against this epidemic," the president said.
Former Serbian paramilitary commander Dragan Vasiljkovic, alias Captain Dragan, who was convicted of committing war crimes against Croatian civilians and prisoners of war in 1991, was released from Lepoglava prison in northern Croatia on Saturday morning after serving his 13-and-a-half-year sentence.
Bucharest, Mar 28 /Agerpres/ - President Klaus Iohannis stated on Saturday, that things will continue to be grave and that an increase in the number of patients is expected, yet he said the state is preparing better and better to overcome this very difficult time. "It's a hard period, it's a very hard period.
Turkey's actors on March 27 marked the World Theater Day by releasing videos on social media and encouraging people to stay at home as the novel coronavirus continues spreading across the globe.
Veteran Turkish actress Çolpan İlhan and her son Kerem Alışık, who is also an actor and general art director of Sadri Alışık Theater in Istanbul, marked the World Theater day in a statement.
Elderly homeless people are awaiting help as they still have no roof over their heads, despite a curfew imposed specifically for people over the age of 65 and those with chronic illnesses due to the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
Stating that he has been living in the streets for 35 years on and off, Alaattin Arslan said that he is experiencing coronavirus anxiety.
Greece's new president Katerina Sakellaropoulou is on Tuesday afternoon to deliver a message to the nation during which she is expected to refer to Wednesday's March 25 independence day, which will be celebrated in the absence of crowds this year due to the coronavirus epidemic, and on the necessity of the lockdown imposed from Monday.