Prime Minister Florin Citu promises Romanians, on New Year's Eve, that he and his team will "do everything" for the economy to recover in 2021. "We cannot do this alone. Only with you," the Prime Minister said in a message posted on his Facebook page on Thursday. As this year ends and a new one is beginning, he wanted to thanks Romanians for being "together" as a team in 2020.
Romania has managed, in a single year, the most brutal international demotion, from the 102th place in the world, to the 175th place for women's representation in Government, said on Thursday, INACO (Initiative for Competitiveness) in a press release sent to AGERPRES.
Bucharest, Dec 29 /Agerpres/ - Turkish authorities have provided new information on the regime applicable to the transit procedure in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, with citizens entering the Republic of Turkey being required to submit a negative PCR test for SARS CoV-2 virus, states the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE).
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 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!".
President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday evening signed the Decree for the nomination of Citu Government.
Prime Minister-designate Florin Citu said on Wednesday that he would not betray the confidence with which he was vested and would do everything he could to achieve his goals: get past the health crisis and restart the economy.
Education represents the chance that every state has for a better future, and without education, the country can guarantee neither health, security nor the prosperity of its citizens, the representatives of the governing coalition say in the governing programme to be submitted to Parliament for a vote of confidence on Wednesday.
Prime Minister designate Florin Citu and Chamber of Deputies Speaker Ludovic Orban arrived to Parliament on Wednesday. According to the announced program, the prime minister designate submits the list of the Cabinet and the governing program to Parliament on Wednesday morning.