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Romanian Daily News – Monday 06/06/2022

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. Agerpres

Speaker Ciolacu pays an official visit to the Republic of Moldova

A parliamentary delegation led by the Spaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Marcel Ciolacu, begins a two-day official visit to the Republic of Moldova on Monday.

. Stiri pe Surse

Border Police: More than 8,400 Ukrainians enter Romania on Saturday

More than 103,000 people entered Romania on Saturday, more than 8,400 being Ukrainian citizens, up 5.7% from the previous day, the General Inspectorate of the Border Police (IGPF) reported on Sunday.

. Ziarul Financiar

Survey: Over Half Of Romanians Prefer Digital Payments

Global survey “Attitudes towards payment methods”, commissioned by eService and other EVO Group entities, shows that almost six in ten Romanians pay digitally due to ease of use and convenience.

. Capital

It is mandatory until today, June 6

Announcement of the moment nationwide. This is mandatory until Monday, June 6.  What happens to identity documents? Everyone needs to know. The deadline is June 7.

. Evenimentul Zilei

The storm has wreaked havoc across the country. Bad weather orange code in Bucharest and Constanța and more RO-Alert messages

On Sunday evening, a strong storm wreaked havoc in several localities. Among the most affected were Bucharest and Constanța. RO – Alert messages were also issued. Several trees fell, and damaged cars were also reported.

. Economica

We are losing 5% of our grain this year. Romania’s grain production could fall by 1.4 million tons in 2022

By the end of May, the areas sown with the main cereals and oilseeds are similar to those of last year, according to data from the Ministry of Agriculture. According to the forecast, except for sunflower, yields per hectare will be lower. Romania could produce 1.4 million tons of cereals (wheat, corn, barley) less this year than last year.

.Bugetul

Good news from the Government for the owners of these cars! They could receive thousands of lei

According to a project put up for public debate by the Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests, Romanians who own a car older than 15 years will be able to receive, from the town hall they belong to, an incentive worth 3,000 lei, in a new Rabla program. The money can be spent without having to use it to buy a new car.