The development of natural gas interconnectors in the region was on the agenda at a meeting of the prime ministers of Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia in the Bulgarian Danube city […]
Eight Romanian football bosses were given prison terms on March 4 2014 in one of the most high-profile trials in post-communist Romania, but which has ...
Romania’s bicameral parliament approved on March 4 the government reshuffle triggered by the break-up of the country’s ruling coalition, with soci ...
Apart from Russia, six countries border Ukraine – and as the crisis deepened with Russian military involvement, most expressed deep concern at devel ...
Romanian PM Victor Ponta said on February 27 that there would no abrupt change in his government’s fiscal policies this year, rejecting speculations he may seek to introduce an incremental […]
Romania’s National-Liberals decided to scrap their coalition agreement with the Social-Democrats and leave the government on February 25. The party’s ministers and other senior officials in the government will submit […]
Romania’s government was on the verge of collapsing on February 25, with the recent spat over the cabinet’s line-up exposing deeper rifts between the partners in the ruling coalition. The […]
The Romanian Patriarchy has strongly denied taking part in any meeting with representatives of US corporation Chevron amid protests in the country against shale gas extraction, after a monk accused […]
About 130 Romanian deputies and senators are endorsing a bill that will allow people with bank loans in foreign currencies to convert them into the national currency without any supplementary […]
Romanian prime minister Victor Ponta reacted harshly on February 11 to statements by president Traian Basescu who had warned that French car maker Renault could transfer its manufacturing operations from […]