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Gov’t passes measures to promote rights to linguistic identity of ethnic Romanians in Ukraine
Nov22

Gov’t passes measures to promote rights to linguistic identity of ethnic Romanians in Ukraine

A series of direct support measures for ethnic Romanians enrolled with schools in Ukraine providing Romanian-language tuition were developed by the Romanian Government on Wednesday, at the proposal of the Ministry for Romanians Abroad (MRP). …read more Source:...

EIU: Bucharest, among world’s cheapest cities
Nov06

EIU: Bucharest, among world’s cheapest cities

Bucharest is the tenth cheapest city in the world, according to the latest edition of the Worldwide Cost of Living survey published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). The Romanian capital shares the tenth spot with Kiev and New Delhi. The survey, which is published twice a year, compares more than 400 prices across 160 The post EIU:...

Caravan of Romanian, Moldovan, Ukrainian journalists visits organisations implementing JOP projects
Oct18

Caravan of Romanian, Moldovan, Ukrainian journalists visits organisations implementing JOP projects

AGERPRES special correspondent Cristian Lupascu reports: A caravan of journalists from Romania, Moldova and Ukraine will be visiting for a week various public bodies in the three countries that have implemented investment projects on European funds under the 2007- 2013 Romania-Ukraine-Moldova Joint Operational Programme. …read more Source:...

ForMin Melescanu: Ukraine’s education law, sensitive subject; Klimkin: Nobody wants to close any school
Oct13

ForMin Melescanu: Ukraine’s education law, sensitive subject; Klimkin: Nobody wants to close any school

Romania’s Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu told a joint news conference with his Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin that Ukraine’s new law of education is a “very sensitive subject” in the relationship between the two countries, but Ukraine is open to dialogue on this issue. …read more Source:...

ForMin Melescanu: After Crimea’s illegal annexation, we have seen an accumulation of forces at the Black Sea
Oct07

ForMin Melescanu: After Crimea’s illegal annexation, we have seen an accumulation of forces at the Black Sea

Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu on Saturday, at the 63rd annual session of NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly, said that after “the illegal annexation” of Crimea an accumulation of Russian forces and armament that changed the previous balance of forces could be noticed. …read more Source:...

PM Tudose: Education Minister has meetings with his Ukrainian counterpart; we try to defuse the situation
Sep27

PM Tudose: Education Minister has meetings with his Ukrainian counterpart; we try to defuse the situation

Prime Minister Mihai Tudose announced on Wednesday that Minister of National Education Liviu Pop is currently having meetings with his Ukrainian counterpart, trying to defuse the situation regarding the promulgation of Ukraine’s Education Law. …read more Source:...

Romanian Parliament passes declaration on Ukraine’s adoption of controversial education law
Sep21

Romanian Parliament passes declaration on Ukraine’s adoption of controversial education law

In a joint session on Wednesday, the Romanian Parliament unanimously passed a declaration on minorities rights in Ukraine following the adoption by Ukraine of a controversial education law in this country, calling for the current situation to be settled as quickly as possible. …read more Source:...

Romanian Parliament passes declaration on Ukraine’s adoption of controversial education law
Sep21

Romanian Parliament passes declaration on Ukraine’s adoption of controversial education law

In a joint session on Wednesday, the Romanian Parliament unanimously passed a declaration on minorities rights in Ukraine following the adoption by Ukraine of a controversial education law in this country, calling for the current situation to be settled as quickly as possible. …read more Source:...

Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law
Sep15

Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law

Romania’s Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zakharieva, Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto have sent their Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin, Council of Europe’s Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland and OSCE High Commissioner for...

Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law
Sep15

Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian foreign ministers sign joint letter on Ukraine’s education law

Romania’s Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zakharieva, Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto have sent their Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin, Council of Europe’s Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland and OSCE High Commissioner for...

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