Wednesday, June 28th 2017

President Klaus Iohannis will meet with his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace

President Klaus Iohannis will meet with his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev on Wednesday at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace. According to a Presidential Administration release, the two heads of state will discuss about the deepening of the Romanian-Bulgarian political dialogue in the current context. The agenda also includes bilateral economic relations and cooperation in various fields such as energy and transports. Romania is Bulgaria’s third trading partner in the European Union and the increasing trend of bilateral exchanges has kept over the recent years. Romania’s President Klaus Iohannis will participate together with his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev in the opening of the Romania-Bulgaria Business Forum. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

A heat wave will affect Romania in the coming period

A heat wave will affect Romania in the coming period. Starting on Wednesday, a Code Yellow warning for heat and thermal discomfort for 12 counties in the west, south and center comes into force, regions where thermal peaks will often be between 33 and 36 degrees. Starting on Thursday, Code Yellow warning will broaden in almost all of the country and also tomorrow five counties in the south and southwest will be under Code Orange warning. By the end of the week Bucharest will also be affected by heat, said Oana Catrina from the National Meteorological Administration. „Starting on Thursday, the warming process continues and intensifies in the capital and it characterizes a hot weather”, said Oana Catrina. „On Friday, on Saturday and on Sunday the maximum temperature will be about 36-37, possibly 38 degrees in the city center”. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

The Bucharest International Film Festival is at its 13th edition

Movie premieres, workshops and events dedicated to children will take place on Wednesday in the Romanian capital during the Bucharest International Film Festival. At its 13th edition, the Festival includes a competition for feature films with productions from Japan, Russia or Argentina and one dedicated to Romanian short films. The films will be screened at Elvire Popesco Cinema in the French Institute and at the Romanian Peasant Museum. The festival will end on Sunday and it takes place under the patronage of Prince Radu. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)

Adrian Strugariu, RADOR