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Romania takes over OSCE annual presidency

Romania took over the annual presidency of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed on Tuesday. The term will be carried out by ambassador Cristian Istrate, the Permanent Representative of Romania in ...

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Traian B?sescu retired last year on November 4

Former President of Romania, Traian B?sescu, retired las year on his birthday – November 4, according to information in his latest statement of assets, posted on the website of the Presidential Administration. B?sescu’s declaration of assets was filled in on ...

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Liberals set to file no confidence motion amid skepticism towards snap elections

The National Liberal Party will file a no confidence motion against Ponta Government in the upcoming parliamentary session. The Liberals think they will be out of the running relating to snap elections. “Our opinion hasn’t changed: we want snap elections. ...

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Iohannis invites political parties’ leaders for talks next week

President Klaus Iohannis invited the leaders of the political parliamentary parties for talks next week, sources within the Presidential Administration reveal. The talks might take place on January 12 and 13, the quoted sources told Mediafax. The President would meet ...

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President Iohannis attended the Orthodox service at cathedral in Sibiu, pledges to regular religious service attendance

President Klaus Iohannis attended the Orthodox Church service at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Sibiu on Sunday. It was for the first time he attended such a service since he was elected as Romania’s president. As a matter of fact, Iohannis ...

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Analysis is needed for vote in Diaspora, problems could have been solved – Iohannis says

President Klaus Iohannis considers a profound analysis is needed in regard to the vote in Diaspora because, technically speaking, problems could have been solved during the first and second round of elections. During an interview for Turnulsfatului TV based in ...

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B?sescu’s blackmail file reopened

The file in which Senator Gabriela Firea (photo) accuses former President Traian B?sescu of blackmail was reopened by prosecutors of the Supreme Court, as former head of state no longer benefits from immunity. Thus, according to sources quoted by Mediafax, ...

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President-FM meeting on foreign policy priorities and visits agenda

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis met Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu on Tuesday and talked about the national foreign policy priorities and about the agenda of the visits that Romanian officials are to pay abroad in the first half of 2015. There ...

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