Member states of the Council of Europe

Iasi - the first Romanian municipality to receive Sustainable Community award

Iasi is the first Romanian municipality to receive the energy-efficient Sustainable Community certificate in accordance with the European Energy Award system; the distinction was presented during a ceremony attended by ambassador of the Swiss Confederation to Romania, Arthur Mattli. We are here today to participate in an event related to sustainability.

Montenegro’s Empty Resorts Await Summer Season With Anxiety

Locals in Montenegro's coastal resort towns fear another bad tourist season lies ahead, as most of the resorts on the Adriatic are still almost empty. The country is recording a high number of COVID-19 cases, restrictive health measures remain in force and curfew is enforced from 10 pm to 5 am. Intercity traffic is also prohibited.

MAE: Financial agreement with Moldova expires; Romania remains a predictable, involved partner

The agreement between the Government of Romania and the Government of the Republic of Moldova on the technical and financial assistance programme based on a non-reimbursable financial aid of 100 million euros granted by Romania to the Republic of Moldova, signed in 2010, expires on Sunday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) informs, while also giving assurance that our country "remains a pre

National Day of Hellenic Republic/Sofia Grammata:Greeks, distinguished by patriotism; we live intensely joy and sorrow

The Greeks are distinguished by patriotism, says Ambassador of Greece in Bucharest Sofia Grammata, who emphasizes that the Greek people are very proud of their history. "The great Greek diaspora, from around the world, maintains strong ties with Greece, with its customs and traditions.

Bulgarians Will Be Able to Vacation in Greece from Mid-April, Test Opening for Balkan Tourists Planned for Easter

Greece has already announced that the country's big opening for tourists will be on May 14, but before that in April a test opening will be made for a number of countries, including Balkan countries and Israel.

This became clear after a visit by Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis to Romania, reports the English-language edition Greek City Times

Bulgaria’s Healthcare System May Catch up with EU Top Scorers in 50 Years

At the current rate of healthcare development, it will take Bulgaria 50 years to catch up with the most developed countries in the European Union, said head of Bulgarian Medical Union Dr. Ivan Madzharov during a press conference at BTA titled "Non-Partisan Consensus for Accelerated Healthcare Development 2021-2025" under "Together for Better Health" initiative

Turkey,Greece to meet for 'consultative talks' in March

The next round of consultative talks between Turkey and Greece will be held in Athens on March 16-17, Turkish officials said on March 10. 

The two countries are looking for solutions to disputes regarding the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean seas.

The previous round of meetings was in Istanbul on Jan. 25.