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The signal sent by Putin to the world, about the anti-missile system in Romania
The US is apparently creating grounds for the withdrawal of the country from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), and the Aegis system in Romania can easily be replaced with medium-range missiles, Vladimir Putin said at the Annual Press Conference held last Thursday.
Romania and Visegrad group urge EU to end double standards through regulations
Visegrad group as well as officials from Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Slovenia ask EU to establish regulations to remove double standards used by food companies in selling products under the same labels in Eastern and Western Europe.
The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement enters into force
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union (CETA) enters into force provisionally as of Thursday.
A 17-year-old young Romanian is the "Best Pianist in North West London"
A young Romanian, who is only 17 years old, has already become a known name in the music world of London.
Jean-Claude Juncker: ‘It's high time' Romania to join Schengen zone
EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker made a very important announcement in his annual speech on the „State of the European Union", held on Wednesday.
New study: 40% of the Romania's agricultural land belongs to foreign investors
About 40% of the agricultural land in Romania belongs to foreign investors, according to a study conducted by the European Parliament.
Eastern Europe Drives Economic Growth in Brexit-Mired EU
The Brexit headwinds are hitting both the UK and the EU economies almost equally as hard, but the continent has a major advantage in the standoff – the vast labour resources and industrial capacity of Eastern Europe.
Moldovan President Worried about future of Romanian schools in Ukraine
Moldovan President Igor Dodon expressed concern on Monday about the future of the Romanian and Moldovan ethnic minorities in Ukraine after the country's parliament passed a bill making Ukrainian-language education compulsory for all schoolchildren nationwide, regardless of their ethnicity.
The exterior frescoes of the Romanian monasteries - a unique phenomenon
The mural paintings on large exterior surfaces of the Romanian monasteries in the northern Moldavia are a type of art representative of the Romanian people and a unique phenomenon in the world, according to Father Luca Diaconu, the abbot of Bistrita Monastery.
Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister: Romania could join the Eurozone in 2022
Teodor Melescanu, the Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced in an interview the year in which Romania, one of the fastest-growing economies in the EU, could enter the Eurozone.
The Merry Cemetery of Sapanta, a world-famous tourist attraction (VIDEO)
The Merry Cemetery is located in Sapanta, Maramures county, and was founded by a folk craftsman from Maramures, Ioan Stan Patras, a sculptor of tombstone crosses. How has this cemetery become a world-famous tourist attraction.
Romania, the country with the smallest number of atheists in the EU
According to the official statistics on the religiosity of the populations of the EU member states, the Romanians are among the most faithful citizens in the EU. In what countries most people do not believe in God.
Surprising statistics: a record number of Romanians in the UK
New data delivered by the United Kingdom's Office for National Statistics reveal that Britain's record employment levels are being fueled by a steady increase in the number of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants.
(VIDEO) Impressive: Human chain on the Romanian seaside to save two lives
The solidarity shown by Romanian tourists in a Romanian seaside resort saved the life of two sisters.
Romania, second among the countries with the fastest growth in their diasporas
According to a report on migration released by United Nations (UN), the number of Romanians emigrating from their home country has increased annually by over 7% between 2000 and 2015.
A city in Romania is older than the Egyptian pyramids
A team of Romanian archaeologists made a sensational discovery as excavations were being carried out on a site where a motorway linking Sibiu to Nadlac (two Romanian cities) had been planned to be built.
Șoșoacă: ”Servicii secrete EXTERNE îl impun pe Arafat – mâinile lui sunt pline de sânge!”
Senatoarea face o acuzație gravă, care vizează nu doar o presupusă culpă a șefului DSU în cel mai nou răsunător incident mortal – ci și o implicare EXTERNĂ în ocuparea funcției din sistemul de urgență
Surpriză majoră la alegerile din Franța pentru Marine Le Pen și Macron
Sondajele au fost date peste cap – absenteismul record și-a spus cuvântul în primul tur al alegerilor regionale din Franța
România, din nou în pericol să fie umilită – iar guvernanții să ACCEPTE
După cum merg lucrurile, întrebarea vine firesc: oare când îi vom vedea pe Iohannis, Aurescu sau Cîțu în genunchi, la vreo partidă?
Adrian Năstase șochează: în relația cu Rusia ”rămâne să discutăm CINE este BOUL!”
Fostul premier atrage atenția că România ar putea fi vizată de un mesaj al Germaniei – chiar cu caracter imperios – și care se referă la Rusia.
Fost demnitar acuză că România va fi vândută pe bucăți
Fostul ministru al Transporturilor, Răzvan Cuc, scrie, pe pagina sa de Facebook, faptul că actualul Guvern pregătește vânzarea unor obiective strategice ale României, ”pe nimic”. Despre ce este vorba.
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