Romania Monitor Articles
Two years ago, one of Hungarian politicians called the actions of the Romanian government the attack on the Catholic Church, the Hungarian minority, its families and children. It was a response to the suspension of rights of a Catholic school in Târgu Mureș, Romania, where Hungarian minority students attend. Although the situation appears to be under control now, the conflict has not been resolved yet.
Romania again achieves great economic results. The increase of 4.2% in GDP is still impressing, but this is not the only indicator which describes the condition of the Romanian economy. It goes hand in hand with the record-breaking in recent years inflation.
Almost 3 million dollars. This is the price for the Moldovan “Air Moldova” airlines. However, the price is only seemingly low as potential investors have to take into consideration the debt of the company, which would have to be dealt with after the purchase.
Protests which took place in the first half of August were the biggest demonstrations in Romania for months. Repercussions of numerous demonstrations are still visible. The government and the opposition blame each other for brutal actions of the gendarmerie.
After condemning the chemical attack in Syria, President Iohannis and Romanian MFA Teodor Melescanu reconfirmed Romania’s full support for the recent joint military operations.
Bucharest’s Henri Coanda International Airport, accounted with having recorded the highest passengers processing capacity last year, will enter a revamping process.
Dacian Ciolos, former PM who led the technocrat government in 2016, submitted the official papers for a new political party: Miscarea Romania Impreuna
Thousands were present in the Great National Assembly Square in Chisinau during the so-called “Great Centennial Assembly”, intended to mark 100 years of union between Bessarabia and Romania.
Secretary of State for Bilateral and Strategic Affairs in the Euro-Atlantic Area, George Ciamba and Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Bartosz Cichocki met yesterday in Bucharest.
The announcement came yesterday, following the decision taken by the European Council in Skripal poisoning case, the attack being seen by EU member states as a threat to security and international law.
Scottish manager Christina Verchere will take over the position as President of the Executive Board and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of OMV Petrom, replacing Romanian Mariana Gheorghe.
The reunion is attended by defense ministers of all countries participating in the Bucharest 9 Initiative, as well as NATO officials and representatives of the US Defence Department.
The main topics of discussion were the evolution of the security in the region, the state of bilateral relations in the context of the strategic partnership between the two states, the identification of new areas of cooperation between the armed forces of the two countries and the diversification of common training.
The procurement program is carried out according to the approval of the Romanian Parliament, under a state contract assigned by the Government of Romania to the Government of the United States of America.