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Romania's PM Dancila meets Portugal's President Sousa, suggests roadmap to stimulate co-operation projects

On an official visit to Portugal on Thursday, Romania's Prime Minister Viorica Dancila had a meeting with Portugal's President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa to suggest the development of a roadmap as a working tool and a means of stimulating co-operation projects between Romania and Portugal.

PM Dancila: Under no circumstance will I resign, not as long as I have support of party leader, of ruling coalition

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila stated on Thursday at the meeting with the Social-Democrat pensioners, that she will not resign as long as she has the support of the Social Democratic Party (PSD, major at rule, ed.n.) leader Liviu Dragnea and that of the governing coalition (PSD-ALDE, the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats, minor at rule, ed.n.).

PM Dancila meets counterpart Netanyahu; Israeli PM hails launch of debate on relocation of Romania's Embassy to Jerusalem

On an official visit to Israel, Romania's Prime Minister Viorica Dancila had a meeting on Wednesday with her Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu, who hailed the adoption by Romania's Government of a framework launching the debate on relocating Romania's Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

PM Dancila to work with ministers to make Romania a more attractive place for investments

Prime minister Viorica Dancila on Thursday said during her visit to the Ulmi (southern Dambovita County, ed. n.) construction site where the Arctic company is building the largest home appliance factory in continental Europe, that together with the ministers in her Cabinet she is looking for solutions for Romania "to become a more attractive place for investments."

PM Dancila sends letter to President Juncker asking for clarifications to EC requests on corruption cases

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Wednesday sent a letter to President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, asking him to clarify "the de facto and de jure aspects" related to a letter of the EC from October 2012, sent to the Romanian Justice Ministry in which "concrete, direct" demands can be found regarding certain criminal cases and certain people under criminal investigation for

County council official Oprisan: Oftentimes county councils' work hampered by stuffy, piecemeal legislation

The ongoing convention of the General Assembly of Romania's County Councils (AGCJR) is a good opportunity to discuss and highlight the most important issues related to the balancing of local budgets for the current year, the use of the 2017 budget surplus, investments that can be conducted under governmental programmes, European funds and, last but not least, public procurement, Chairma

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