Romanian Daily News

Romanian Daily News – Wednesday 11/05/2022


. Agerpres

Chief of Defence Staff visits Bulgaria, discusses regional security situation

Chief of the Defense Staff (SMAp), General Daniel Petrescu has conducted, between May 8-10, a visit to Sofia, occasion on which he evaluated, together with his Bulgarian counterpart, Emil Eftimov, the regional security situation.

. Stiri pe Surse

Borbely: We have a new job in Romania, durable development expert, we are the first in Europe

Romania has a new job, durable development expert, we are the first ones in Europe, and until 2026 we will have 2,000 such experts, Laszlo Borbely declared, state councilor in the Department for Durable Development

. Ziarul Financiar

Romania Central Bank Raises Key Rate To 3.75% A Year

Romania’s central bank on Tuesday (May 10) raised its benchmark interest rate to 3.75% a year from the current rate of 3% a year, starting May 11, 2022.

. Capital

The announcement of the moment about pensions

USR senators from the energy and budget commissions accuse the ruling coalition of not wanting Romanian retirees to benefit directly from the money from the exploitation of the Black Sea gas.

. Evenimentul Zilei

The pension law is changing!

Huge changes by the end of this year. Last minute announcement from the Government pension law is changing radically. By the end of the year, the draft regulations on pensions must be completed and “budgetary impact may be below or above 9.4% of GDP”.

. Digi24

Romania opposes changing EU treaties. Macron and Ursula von der Leyen call for a review agreement

Thirteen EU countries, including Romania, oppose the launch of a procedure for changing European treaties, wanted by the European Parliament, French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen to make the Union more effective, reports AFP and DPA .

. Economica 

INS: Natural gas prices have risen by more than 85% in the last year, and potatoes by almost 42%

The annual inflation rate rose to 13.76% in April 2022, from 10.15% in March, given that non-food prices rose by 16.35%, food prices by 13.54%, and services by 7.11%, according to data published on Wednesday by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).