News review of the day – October 20th

100,000 patients will benefit from  stroke and trauma treating programs

The Romanian Health Minister, Nicolae Bănicioiu, has released, on Monday, the latest two programs in the Package of priority actions for the critically ill person, on stroke and trauma. The Critical Patient Priority Actions Program was launched in March, and aims to provide financial resources to hospitals across the entire country for the treatment of critical patients with acute myocardial infarction, cerebral vascular accident (stroke) and trauma, hospitalized in ICU wards, and also for the prophylaxis of sudden death. It is expected that 100,000 patients will benefit of the two priority actions launched today.

Automotive Forum Romania, an event for local and foreign automotive companies

Timisoara will host, for two days, the Automotive Forum Romania – an event that will bring together more than 100 local and foreign companies in the automotive industry. Conferences and workshops will be organized, with presentations and new solutions in the automotive industry. The Forum is an opportunity for the manufacturers to present their offer for business development. According to Automotive  Manufacturers Association of Romania, the domestic automotive industry in 2013 increased by 20 percent, and the organization of this forum in Timisoara is justified by the fact that the automotive parts sector is the engine of economy in the western part of the country,  over 16,000 jobs in Timis County.

American ships dock in the port of Constanta

The U.S. command ship USS  Mount Whitney and USS Cole are docking today in the Romanian port of Constanta. They will participate, from October 23rd , along with Romanian Naval Forces, in the Black Sea Resolve exercise, held this week in the Black Sea, in the Romanian territorial waters and the neighboring area. The exercise is a continuation of the actions undertaken in the spirit of good cooperation and  increase of the level of trust and security in the Black Sea. Whilst in port, the American military program includes workshops and concerts by the Fanfare Bands of the  American and Romanian Navies.

Natalia Polikarpov