Prime Minister Ludovic Orban had a video conference talk with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday, during which he underlined Romania's major interest in deepening Romanian-German cooperation, especially on the economic dimension, informs a Government press release.
Romania will receive in the coming days a first instalment of 3 billion euros under the European Commission's SURE loan program, Finance Minister Florin Citu announced on his Facebook page. The total loan requested by the Romanian side is 4.1 billion euros, and the money will be used to finance the deficit caused by measures such as furlough or the flexible work schedule, the FinMin states.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu participated today in the 37th session of the Francophonie Ministerial Conference held via videoconference, highlighting on the occasion the activities carried out by Romania this year in support of La Francophonie and of the French-speaking space and welcoming the result of the recent presidential election in the Republic of Moldova, the Foreign Minis
"There is no way for the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) to vote for a budget that would sink the Bulgarian economy," This is what Prof. Rumen Gechev, floor leader of „BSP for Bulgaria" told the Bulgarian National Radio.
Prof. Gechev noted that a huge part of the Bulgarian citizens and firms are not protected.