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Romania Daily News – 28/01/23



10:45 The Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, Wopke Hoekstra, told a joint press conference in Bucharest on Friday that his country supports Romania in the Schengen file.

10:19 Romanian National Defence Minister Angel Tilvar paid an official visit on Thursday and Friday to Germany, at the invitation extended by German Federal Minister of Defence Boris Pistorius. The two officials agreed to enhance cooperation in military training and the defence industry area, according to the National Defence Ministry (MApN).

10:01 Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu accompanied by his French and Dutch counterparts Catherine Colonna and Wopke Hoekstra visited on Friday the ‘Getica’ National Joint Training Center in Cincu – Brasov County; the program included meetings with the military personnel, especially French and Dutch, and visits to military facilities jointly used by the allied troops deployed to Romania, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A joint French-Romanian-Dutch declaration on foreign and security co-operation was also signed on Friday by the foreign ministers of the three countries.


09:11 Romanian business managers expect relative stability of activity and in the number of employees in manufacturing and services sectors, alongside robust price increases in retail trade, a survey by the National Institute of Statistics (INS) showed.

09:19 Retailers are preparing for a possible economic crisis, an analysis by Romanian email marketing agency White Image reveals.

09:01 Romania’s airports reported a total 21 million passengers for 2022, 87.53% more than in 2021 and almost threefold more than in 2020, data from the Romanian Airports Association showed.

08:58 The furniture industry, one of Romania’s main export sectors, saw a 2% decline in production in January-October 2022 y-o-y, amid price increases and loss of customers against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine which “erased” customers from Russia, Ziarul Financiar reported.



11:49 The Minister of Culture, Lucian Romascanu, on Friday said, in Braila, after visiting the city’s ruins, that the project to transform them into a museum “has all the data” to obtain financing for the design work through the Historical Monuments Stamp Duty (TMI) within the National Heritage Institute, Agerpres reported.

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