Russia's healthcare regulator on May 13 ordered a stop to the use of ventilators believed to have caused two fires at coronavirus hospitals that left six people dead.
The federal regulator Roszdravnadzor "has halted the use on Russian territory of... Aventa-M ventilators produced from April 1, 2020" by a Urals factory, part of the state conglomerate Rostec.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has downgraded its estimates of Romania's economic developments in 2020 as a result of the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the bank's latest Regional Economic Prospects published on Wednesday.
Greece is seeking measures from Brussels that will pave the way for safely reopening the European Union's internal borders next month in a bid to boost its flagging tourism sector, Politico has reported, citing a non-paper submitted by Athens to the European Commission head of Wednesday's meeting of the College of Commissioners.
The primary primary energy resources in the the first quarter of 2020 dropped by 2.4 percent compared to the same period of 2019, whereas the final electricity consumption decreased by 2.2 percent by comparison, the data published by the National Institute of Statistics (INS) on Tuesday showed.
Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Monday evening that the reopening of air traffic is not a decision to be adopted by the Romanian authorities, but it will be made at European level. He argues that, currently, there is a debate at the European Union level on this topic, and Romania participates in the discussions.
The acting Head of the European Commission's Representation in Bulgaria on connecting with citizens, the EU's response to the coronavirus crisis and the consequences of Covid -19 for the European programmes and projects, Interview for TheMayor.eu, ASENIYA DIMITROVA: Mr Kyulanov, would you briefly outline the work of the Representation of the European Commission in Bulgaria: what are i