President Klaus Iohannis offered congratulations to US incoming President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. "Congratulations to President Joe Biden and to Vice President Kamala Harris.
On Wednesday, President Klaus Iohannis signed a decree for the decoration of outgoing US ambassador to Romania Adrian Zuckerman.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Tuesday that he was determined to get involved in taking the Romania-US strategic partnership further and called last week's violence against the Capitol as a "sad" event. "American democracy is a very solid one and it will outlive this stage, but it is sad what happened at the Capitol.
Romania salutes the agreement partnership between the European Union and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland regarding future relations, after the UK left the European Union, says president Klaus Iohannis in a message published on Thursday, on Twitter.
The gift we can make this year, this holiday, is to protect our loved ones, President Klaus Iohannis says in a Christmas video. "Wherever we are in the world, on Christmas, the roads take us back home, with family and friends. This year, because of the epidemic, we have to spend our holidays away from those we love so much and miss.
The first batch of vaccines against COVID-19 allocated to Romania will arrive on Friday, in western Nadlac Customs, declared on Thursday, the minister of Internal Affairs, Lucian Bode. "Tomorrow, the first batch allocated to Romania will arrive in Nadlac Customs and we will take over through our structures, we will transport it to Bucharest.
The members of the Government led by Prime Minister Florin Citu have taken, on Wednesday evening, at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace, the oath of office, occasion on which President Klaus Iohannis spoke shortly about the objectives of the new team and told them "Get to work!".
The co-chairman of the Alliance for Romanians Union (AUR), George Simion, said on Tuesday that he is participating in the consultations at Cotroceni Palace "from institutional condescension", adding that his formation will not be voting for the Florin Citu Government. "We are now participating out of institutional condescendence.
The restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus remain in force over Christmas and New Year's Eve, said, on Friday, President Klaus Iohannis. He visited the Cantacuzino National Institute for Medical-Military Research Development in Bucharest, the national center to receive and store the anti-COVID-19 vaccine doses.
President Klaus Iohannis sent a message on Friday on the occasion of the Day of National Minorities in Romania, in which he points out that it is paramount that all responsible political forces understand the need to eliminate "hate speech, the chauvinist and extremist agenda".