Psychological resilience

ForMin Aurescu: We've reached the stage where we're moving towards creating resilience centre

Romania's Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu says Romania has already reached the stage where it is heading towards the creation of the Euro-Atlantic Centre for Resilience, mentioning that there are very good reactions to the opportuneness and the need to establish it.

EU Affairs Committee discusses recovery and resilience plan

Ljubljana – The parliamentary EU Affairs Committee discussed the draft national recovery and resilience plan Slovenia has to adopt and send to Brussels to draw some EUR 5.2 billion in post-pandemic EU funds. The debate was held behind closed doors despite the left-leaning opposition’s request for the session to be open to the public.

Dan Barna: By April 30 at latest, PNRR to be officially sent to Brussels

Deputy Prime Minister Dan Barna announced on Thursday that the series of working meetings dedicated to updating the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) has been opened, adding that by April 30 at the latest, PNRR will be officially sent to the European Commission, according to a Government press release.

MEP Winkler: As EU kickstarts economic recovery program, Romania has twice as high financial resources available

MEP Iuliu Winkler (Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania, EPP), speaking today in the western city of Deva, said that in 2021 - 2022 Romania will be able to access double the financial resources available in the last two years, advising in this context an efficient management of these funds.

Navigating the Three Seas Initiative

Established in 2015 on the initiative of the Polish and Croatian presidents, 3SI was handed a momentum boost the following year when the administration of Donald Trump gave its backing. On the map, the 3SI team sheet builds a block running right across Europe from north to south and linking the Baltic, Black and Adriatic Seas.

Slovenian EU presidency priorities will be resilience, economic recovery

Slovenia’s presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of 2021 will be a challenging task, not only due to Covid-19. The country’s priorities will be boosting the EU’s resilience, its economic recovery after the pandemic, promoting values based on the rule of law and a safe EU, Foreign Ministry State Secretary Gašper Dovžan said.

PM Orban: Gov't committed to make full use of EU financial package made available to Romania for development

The government is committed to make full use of the EU financial package made available to Romania in the coming years for its development, Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Thursday at the launch for public consultation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. "We are about to enter the most prolific period since our accession to the European Union.

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