October 27th, 2016

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble appreciated the way in which our economy grows

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäub recommends Romania to access  Investment Plan for Europe or Juncker Plan to be able to catch up with gaps which still separate it from other European countries. He participated at a conference in Bucharest where business opportunities offered by our country were presented and he met with Romanian authorities. German Finance Minister also said that trade between Romania and Germany is growing and he appreciated the way in which our economy grows. In Bucharest, Minister Wolfgang Schäuble discussed with Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos about the possibility of new German investments in Romania and with President Klaus Iohannis about the current challenges facing the European Union, including migration and United Kingdom withdrawal from the EU. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

Several cultural personalities were decorated by President Klaus Iohannis

Several cultural personalities including actors Constantin Cojocaru, Marius Manole and Sorin Lenoveanu, directors Radu Afrim, Gianina Cărbunariu and Alexander Hausvate and choreographer Varvara Stefanescu were decorated by President Klaus Iohannis in a ceremony which took place at Cotroceni Palace. Romanian President pointed out that those decorated represent two generations of the stage and they are proof that the Romanian dramatics has new values and sources of artistic excellence. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

800 communes in Romania will have high-speed Internet

RO-NET Digital Project, through which nearly 800 communes in Romania will have high-speed Internet, received a new European funding of over 45 million euros. Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Crețu approved the second phase of the plan which aims to extend the access to broadband Internet network and to reduce the gaps between villages and towns. It is expected that 400,000 inhabitants and more than 10,000 companies and institutions will benefit from this project. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

Adrian Strugariu