Romania to have new country project as of July 5


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Minister of Economy, Commerce and Relations with the Business Environment conducted a study concerning the impact that the current situation in the UK has on the Romanian economy by launching a new country project on July 5.

According to Costin Borc, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, the authorities have consulted with Central Bank and the Romanian Academy in drafting it.

He refused to specify the contents of the two documents to which it referred.

Last Friday, President Klaus Iohannis announced that will attend this week the European Council meeting in Brussels (June 28-29), where he will assert “the need of redesigning the European project” as well as the counter of the nationalist streams to avoid a similar process to the one in the UK, also pleading for the rights of the Romanians in the UK.

Romania’s President will plead for redesigning the European project, while underlining that regaining the population’s trust in the EU’s viability is absolutely essential, as well as countering the extremist, nationalist, anti-European streams to avoid that such a process should be repeated in other EU states, as a press release of the Romanian Presidential Administration reads.

“You have to redefine the European project, we have to do it better, more understandable to ordinary people, to be more performant. The same things are valid for Romania. There was political consensus and political will for European integration. There was, unfortunately, a national project, a post-accession country draft. Now it’s time for a new country project, something that we will do it together,” Iohannis stated after an emergency meeting at the Cotroceni Palace.

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