President Klaus Iohannis – visiting Chisinau on Wednesday
President Klaus Iohannis will pay a visit to Moldova on Wednesday. According to the Presidential Administration, at 4.45 pm, the President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, will be received by his Moldovan counterpart, Maia Sandu.
. Ziarul Financiar
Romania Average Net Salary Drops 4.7% In Jan 2022 Vs Dec 2021
The average monthly net salary in Romania decreased by 4.7% in nominal terms in January 2022 compared with December 2021, to 3,698 lei (EUR748), data from the country’s statistics board showed Tuesday.
. Stiri pe Surse
PM Ciuca: Apart from humanitarian hub in Suceava, we plan to set up two more, in Sighet and Isaccea
Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca announced on Tuesday that the Romanian authorities, in coordination with those at EU level, have planned, depending on the duration and size of the flow of equipment and materials intended for Ukraine, to open two more humanitarian hubs in Sighet and in the area of southeastern Isaccea locality.
Chesnoiu: Romania has sufficient stocks of oil until the new harvest. The state’s food reserves are full
Romania is a safe country in terms of food security, and stocks are sufficient, Agriculture Minister Adrian Chesnoiu told Digi24.
The law of these pensions is changing! The big news for 8 million Romanians. It has already been decided
PNL MP Gheorghe Pecingină, the party’s deputy general secretary, said on Tuesday that he and his colleagues had tabled the amendment to Bill 35/2022, which has the role of “providing real and effective support to employees.”
. Evenimentul Zilei
The longest drinking water pipeline in Romania is being built. It will be 164 km and ready in 27 months
Cluj County Council (CJ) has signed the contract for the construction of the first section of the largest drinking water pipeline in Romania, 164 kilometers, between Cluj-Napoca and Zalău. The project will be carried out with European funds.
More than 1,000 Ukrainians have already opened accounts with Romanian banks / How banks prepare for the flow of refugees
More than 1,000 Ukrainians have opened accounts with Romanian banks, and several credit institutions are in talks to hire refugees, according to aggregate data provided by banks, at the request of HotNews.