Romanian News Daily

Romanian Daily News – Thursday 16/06/2022


. Agerpres

President Iohannis to welcome Belgium’s King Philippe at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base

On Friday, President Klaus Iohannis will welcome King Philippe of Belgium at the 57th Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base in Constanta County, according to the Presidential Administration.

. Stiri pe Surse

Naval Forces: 11 military ships, two helicopters patrol sea, mouth of Danube daily

The Romanian Naval Forces inform, in a press release sent on Wednesday, that the naval space of the country is constantly monitored, and after the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, 11 military ships and two Puma Naval helicopters carry out daily, by rotation, research missions, at sea and at the mouth of the Danube, in a maritime space of about 30,000 square kilometers.

. Ziarul Financiar

Survey: 46% Of Romanians Say Their Purchasing Power Decreased In Past 12 Months

The 2022 edition of a pan-European survey shows 46% of Romanians and Hungarians believe their purchasing power has decreased over the last 12 months.

. Digi 24

Tax evasion has reached alarming levels: Romania is losing 507 euros per second

Romania loses 507 euros per second from tax evasion. And while the state can barely collect the current taxes, the coalition is discussing a new tax system to attract more money to the budget. What could the state have done with the money it lost from the evasion, finds out Digi24 journalist Kevin Kirmizigul.

. Capital

Shocking news all over Romania! It shall take effect on 1 July. What the Government is preparing

The news of the moment in Romania. During the meeting that will take place on Thursday, the Government is going to approve several projects. These include the suspension of vacancies in central and local public institutions. The rule would apply from 1 July 2022.

. Economica

New increases in fuel prices, today, the eighth since the beginning of the month

Car fuels have risen in price again today, following the previous rise in prices four days ago. Eight rounds of price increases since the beginning of the month.