The Governmen is looking for solutions for Romania to become an increasingly attractive place for investment
The Government is looking for solutions for Romania to become an increasingly attractive place for investment, said Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, who was yesterday on a visit to Dambovita County, together with several cabinet members. Prime Minister Viorica Dancila met for the first time with foreign investors on the Ulmi industrial platform, where the largest home appliance factory in south-east Europe is being built. Ms Dancila said she wants to know personally the problems that foreign investors have and, in the future, together with her ministers, to make Romania an attractive place for investments. „I will support the investments in Romania”, said Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, „I will work with the ministers to find solutions for Romania to become an increasingly attractive place for Romanian and foreign investments”. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)
The most advanced product available internationally for HPV prevention, launched in Bucharest
The most advanced product available internationally for HPV prevention and the diseases associated with this infection will be launched today in Bucharest. The vaccine protects against 7 HPV strains involved in the production of several types of genital cancer. The vaccine will be available in Romania starting next month. We are ranked first among the countries in the European Union in terms of cervical cancer mortality rate and it is the only state that does not provide yet funding for HPV vaccination. Every year, about 4,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in our country and almost half of them lose their fight with this disease.
(RADIO ROMANIA reports)
Warning of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Other countries in the region face snow and blizzard. Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bucharest warns that Bulgaria is affected by heavy snowfall and rainfall and also wind intensifications. The Ministry informs that a travel alert has been issued for Bosnia and Herzegovina, where restrictions have been imposed on several major roads. In southern Italy and central Croatia code orange and red for strong winds were issued. (RADIO ROMANIA reports)
Adrian Strugariu, RADOR