Romania will continue to help consolidate the democratic institutions in the neighbouring Republic of Moldova, says Romanian PM Grindeanu
After giving up the environmental stamp duty, the Romanian authorities are now considering an alternative: a modern, European system that would help Romania reach its environmental targets.
The General Assembly of the Communes’ Association in Romania convened in Bucharest on Monday to make an analysis of the problems faced by local communities.
The anxiety caused in Europe by the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States has started to fade away.
Irrespective of the ideological orientation of the Romanian government, the country’s foreign policy remains firmly committed to the western values and to its EU and NATO membership
The Romanian film “Ana, mon amour”, directed by Călin Peter Netzer, has won the Silver Bear at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival for Outstanding Artistic Contribution.
Romania’s Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu has explained in Brussels the situation created by the government’s attempt to amend the criminal codes under an emergency decree.
Increasing NATO’s presence in the Black Sea will lead to a better understanding of the situation in the region and will enhance stability and predictability in this geographical area
The European Commission has called on Romania to observe certain EU provisions
The National Bank of Romania has revised downwards the inflation rate for the end of this year, from 2.1 to 1.7%. Also, the bank estimates an economic growth rate ranging between 4 and 5%.
The construction of Romania’s state budget for 2017 has stirred various reactions.
500 US military are as of Tuesday at the Mihail Kogalniceanu military base in Constanta, taking part in the Atlantic Resolve international operation
Romania’s Parliament has advised in favour of the referendum announced in late January by President Klaus Iohannis regarding the fight against corruption and the integrity of the public off...
The European Commission has made public its winter economic forecast – one of the important instruments regarding the development of EU economies.
Since January 31st, Romanians have taken to the streets in large numbers, accusing the leftist Government of attempting to amend criminal law and favour some politicians.
NATO takes action to strengthen the eastern flank of the Alliance.
Today's edition features prominent documentary filmmakers from Romania.
European Commission report shows Romania had one of the fastest growing GDP rates in the EU.
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Romania remains optimistic about the future of the EU
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