BNR: Economic activity will continue growth in Q2, Q3, earlier than anticipated

The members of the Council of Administration of the Romanian National Bank (BNR) estimate that economic activity will continue to grow in the second and third quarter at greater pace than estimated in May, but in gradual deceleration in relation to the first quarter, according to the minutes of the monetary policy session of July 7, 2021.

Andrei Gruzsniczki's No Rest For The Old Lady included in Beijing Festival's official competition

Andrei Gruzsniczki's fourth feature film Dupa 40 de Zile/No Rest For The Old Lady has been included in the official competition of the 11th Beijing International Film Festival that will take place between August 14 - 21, a release informs.

Speaker Orban: National Day of France is a day of celebration for us too

Chamber of Deputies Speaker and Liberal leader Ludovic Orban took today to Facebook to send a message on the National Day of France. "July 14, France's National Day, is a day of celebration for us too. The homeland of freedom and of a great civilization we have been in love with for centuries, France is the country that took in and hosted the Romanians since the beginning of the 19th century.

Chief of Defense Staff, on official visit to the United States

Chief of Defense Staff, Lieutenant General Daniel Petrescu, is paying an official visit to the United States of America on July 12-18, on which occasion he will meet with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the U.S. Army, General Mark A. Milley, and other senior NATO and US military officials, informs the Ministry of National Defense (MApN).

PM Citu congratulates colleagues who won local elections and talks about 8 years of Liberal government

Prime Minister Florin Citu congratulates his National Liberal Party (PNL) colleagues who won the partial local elections, adding that quality human resources, financial resources and vision are key to development in the "next eight years of Liberal government".

INSP: First death with Delta variant of novel coronavirus, recorded in Romania

The National Institute of Public Health (INSP) reported on Thursday that the first death in a COVID-19 patient infected with the Indian Delta strain of the novel coronavirus was registered in Romania. According to data published by the INSP, as of June 20, 44 cases of infections with the Indian Delta variant, considered more contagious and virulent, have been confirmed.