Romanian language

Pollock's Painting, found in Bulgaria, was part of Ceausescu's Personal Collection

The picture of Jackson Pollock, which was discovered in Bulgaria by the Main Directorate "Fighting Organized Crime", was part of the personal collection of the Romanian communist leader Nicolae Ceausescu, reported the Bulgarian National Television from sources familiar with the investigation.

This is evident from a stamp in Romanian on the back of the picture.

Zakharova: The Romanian Language should be renamed Moldovan, not the other way around

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova accused Romania of occupying Bessarabia until 1940. She was angered by a Romanian Foreign Ministry announcement praising the replacement of the Moldovan language with Romanian in all Moldovan laws as a "restoration of scientific truth".

INTERVIEW/ICR-New York Director: Outbreak of pandemic pushed us online and we found ourselves global institute

Director of the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York Dorian Branea told AGERPRES, in an interview, that the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the institution's activity in the online environment, and this meant the identification of new ways to promote the Romanian values on the New York cultural market, but also a greater visibility, in all corners of the world.

Moldovans Stage Celebrations of Romanian Language Day

Officials and cultural figures laid flowers at the statue of Stephen the Great in the centre of Chisinau and at statues of Romanian-language writers in Central Park in the capital.

President Maia Sandu broadcast a video message celebrating the Romanian language and other languages spoken in the country.

Romanian Academy head Ioan Aurel Pop: Romanian Language Day, celebration of Romanian soul

The Romanian Language Day is a celebration of the Romanian soul, because the language is the most pronounced effigy of the Romanians, said, on Tuesday, Ioan Aurel Pop, the president of the Romanian Academy, at the debate "The current status of the Romanian language".

Romanian Migrants Sunday - Patriarch Daniel exhorts diaspora to stay in contact with loved ones at home

Patriarch Daniel of the Romanian Orthodox Church addressed a message on the occasion of the Romanian Migrants Sunday that will be celebrated on August 22, exhorting the Romanians who live away from the country to stay in constant contact with their loved ones at home and to cherish the family - consisting of a man, a woman and children.