May 20, 2022

The „Seaside for All” program will begin on May 22

Tourists can stay in hotels in the Black Sea resorts with rates starting from 34 lei per night per person, from May 22, in the social program „Seaside for all”. According to the Federation of Tourism Employers, prices are up to 70% lower than the peak season. The program, now in its 40th edition, will run until June 19. Dozens of hotels from all resorts on the Romanian coast offer tourists a cumulative number of approximately 4,000 accommodation places. Tour packages can also be paid with holiday vouchers. The cheapest package for one night accommodation without breakfast starts from 34 lei per person, at a three star hotel for a minimum stay of five nights accommodation. For all-inclusive, the rates start from 160 lei per night per person at a three-star hotel for a minimum of three nights accommodation. (RADIO ROMANIA NEWS)

France to deploy air defense detachment at Capu Midia National Air Defense Training Center

France will deploy an air defense detachment to the Capu Midia National Air Defense Training Center. The French embassy said that the deployment of this military system aims to strengthen defense on the eastern flank of Europe and demonstrates Paris’ willingness to protect the interests of the Allies. Operated by 100 soldiers, the Mamba medium-range ground-to-air system is a sophisticated system that can provide a bubble of protection for the benefit of forces operating in the area. The system is connected to Romania’s defense system and to that of NATO. According to the Ministry of Defense, the Battle Group of the Romanian Alliance will be set up this month. France took over the role of cadre nation, the French battalion deployed in Romania will form the Battle Group on the national territory, integrating by rotation troops from Belgium and the Netherlands. The main forces will be deployed in the National Joint Training Center in Cincu. (RADIO ROMANIA NEWS)

Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu reaffirms Romania’s solidarity with Ukraine in UN Security Council debate

Yesterday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bogdan Aurescu, reaffirmed in New York Romania’s solidarity with Ukraine and presented the humanitarian support provided by our country to the Ukrainian refugees during a debate of the UN Security Council. The aim of the debate was to look at ways to streamline international efforts to reduce the impact of the global food crisis on global security following the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine. In his speech, Minister Bogdan Aurescu informed the UN states about Romania’s efforts in support of Ukraine by facilitating Ukrainian transport in Romania and by offering alternative routes for the export of grain from this country, including through the port of Constanța, but also through Romanian ports on the Danube, is shown in a communiqué of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (RADIO ROMANIA NEWS)

Adelina Boboc