Iohannis: Romania's undeniable duty towards Rep. of Moldova - establishing common space of democracy

President-elect Klaus Iohannis said on Friday that Romania backs the Republic of Moldova's European Union membership by permanently supporting the interests of this country, adding that Romania has an "undeniable duty" towards Chisinau, specifically the establishment of a common space of democracy, stability and prosperity.

Klaus Iohannis pays visit to Chisinau

President-elect Klaus Iohannis pays a visit to Chisinau on Friday, on which occasion he will meet Republic of Moldova President Nicolae Timofti and Democratic Liberal Party Chairman Vlad Filat.

Klaus Iohannis will be accompanied by National Liberal Party (PNL) Co-Chairman Vasile Blaga and by Liberals' First Deputy Chairman Mihai-Razvan Ungureanu.

Basescu asks for Gov't strategy for Black Sea gas transit to be made via Transgaz

President Traian Basescu called on the Government during a meeting of the Romanian Supreme Defence Council (CSAT) on Tuesday to find a strategy that it should also turn into law by which the transit of the natural gas to be drilled for in the Black Sea be made via Romanian gas transporter Transgaz, the Presidential Administration said in a press release.

ForMin Aurescu: My first official visit abroad will be to Chisinau on December 1

Foreign Affairs Minister, Bogdan Aurescu on Tuesday announced that his first official visit as chief of Romania diplomacy will be to Chisinau, the Republic of Moldova, on December 1, after which he would go to Brussels to attend the reunion of the NATO member states' foreign ministers.

PM Ponta: While Basescu only claimed he will do something for the Republic of Moldova, I really did

Prime Minister Victor Ponta, the candidate of the electoral alliance of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), the National Union for Romania's Progress (UNPR) and the Conservative Party (PC) in the presidential election, on Monday said in a televised show that, unlike Traian Basescu, who only claimed he wanted to help the Romanians of the Republic of Moldova, who only made promises,

(Correspondence) PMs Ponta and Leanca place cornerstone of new theatre building of Cahul

AGERPRES special correspondent Daniel Florea reports: Prime Minister Victor Ponta and his Moldovan counterpart Iurie Leanca on Friday participated in the signing of the memorandum on Romania's Government funding the construction of the new building of the theatre of Cahul.