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President Iohannis requires Parliament’s OK for the set up of a NATO counterintelligence detachment in Romania

President Klaus Iohannis has addressed the Senate a letter on Monday, requesting Parliament to approve the set up of a NATO counterintelligence Detachment, known as ACCI Bucharest Detachment – BuDET in Romania. According to the document, the setting up of ...

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Fencing: Romania’s team of men’s sabre wins World Cup round in Warsaw

Romania’s men’s sabre team won the World Cup round in Warsaw on Sunday after defeating Italy 45-44. In the last sixteen round Romania defeated France 45-40, in the quarter-finals Romania defeated Russia with the same score, and in the semi-finals ...

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Agriculture Minister sets up working group on food ‘double standards’

Agriculture Minister Petre Daea has announced on Friday that a working group has been set up – made up by representatives of the ministry, of the sanitary veterinary authority and of the consumers’ protection – to investigate the so-called ‘double ...

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Defence Minister meets US Ambassador Klemm, talks focus on strategic partnership, the 2pc budgetary allocation

Defence Minister Gabriel-Beniamin Les has had talks on Friday with the US Ambassador Hans Klemm, the discussions focusing on the cooperation on bilateral defence and within NATO, about the budgetary allocation for defence of 2% of GDP and about the ...

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Romania, more and more appealing to the Polish tourists

More and more Polish tourists are interested in the Romanian travel destinations. Over 170,000 Poles visited Romania last year. Romania has been partner country attending the 24th edition of the Tourism Fair in Warsaw this year, a good opportunity to ...

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Seven Romanian diplomatic missions abroad eyed for renting irregularities

A check carried out by the Romanian Court of Accounts during 2012 and 2014 revealed irregularities across several Romanian diplomatic missions abroad. Seven of these missions spent over EUR 835,000 on rents although the Romanian state held buildings in those ...

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Bulgarian PM Borisov proposes demilitarisation of Black Sea. President Plevneliev wants enhanced NATO presence

Speaking in Stara Zagora, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov proposed on Saturday declaring the Black Sea a demilitarized zone without any military presence, ships and submarines. Borisov added that the Black Sea was not a place for missiles and military ...

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President Iohannis: Poland and Bulgaria to contribute to the multinational brigade in Romania

President Klaus Iohannis said on Saturday that the NATO Summit in Warsaw was successful for Romania, stressing that the topics of interest for Romania were included in the final documents, both the declaration regarding trans-Atlantic security, as well as the ...

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More forces to the eastern part of the Alliance. Interceptor site in Romania to work under NATO command

NATO’s 28 leaders agreed to bolster the Alliance’s deterrence and defence at the first working session of the Warsaw Summit on Friday,  July 8th. The 28 leaders Okayed to send more forces to the eastern part of the Alliance, declared ...

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