Bulgaria’s cabinet has approved a series of cross-border co-operation programmes with Romania, Greece, Turkey, Serbia and Macedonia. The programmes are to be submitted to the European Commission for approval, following […]
The employment rate in Romania has decreased by 3.1 per cent over the second trimester of 2014 (April-June) compared to the same period of 2013, the m ...
Romanian prime minister Victor Ponta is on a three days visit to China, the second since he came to power in 2012, seeking to lure investors to a mark ...
Bulgarians and Romanians joined in an August 31 protest against a tyre processing plant that they allege will be harmful to their health. The proteste ...
Moldova has inaugurated a new gas interconnector pipeline on its border with Romania, the first step towards gaining a measure of independence from Russian gas supplies. Government officials from Bucharest and Chisinau, […]
A permanent Nato military base on Romanian territory was a strategic objective that Romania will discuss at next week’s military bloc’s summit in Wales, Romanian prime minister Victor Ponta has […]
In a trend reversal, African technology has migrated to Europe with the launch in Romania of Kenya’s popular M-Pesa mobile money transfer system. Mobile payments have changed the way many […]
The Bucharest court of appeal sentenced Romanian media magnate and politician Dan Voiculescu to 10 years in jail, ending one of the longest and most high-profile corruption trials in the […]
The Democratic Union of Magyars in Romania (UDMR), the sole party representing the Hungarian ethnic minority in the Romanian parliament, will soon submit a bill that proposes the creation of […]
Romania’s former justice minister Monica Macovei, now an MEP, officially launched on August 5 her independent campaign for the presidential elections due in autumn, defying her party’s decision to go […]