Klaus Iohannis: Romania's energy security will increase through its accession to International Solar Alliance
Romania's energy security will increase due to the fact that our country joined the International Solar Alliance, president Klaus Iohannis declared on Sunday.
New Chief of Defence Staff to continue to strengthen combat capability of Romanian Army
he new Chief of Defence Staff, General Gheorghita Vlad, said he will remain as dedicated to the Romanian Army and will continue to strengthen the combat capability and modernise military units.
President Iohannis: We have a duty not to forget those who awakened self-awareness of Transylvanian Romanians
Love of neighbour, solidarity and social harmony are our precious treasure, and as citizens of a country that fought for democracy, we have the duty of honor not to forget those who awakened the self-awareness of the Transylvanian Romanians and on whose shoulders the arch of national unity has been raised since 1918, president Klaus Iohannis told Wednesday's event in Blaj which marked 75 years since the outlawing of the Romanian Church United with Rome, Greek Catholic.
Borrell: The stability of the Western Balkans is of vital importance for the EU
The stability of the Western Balkans, and its prosperity and alignment with our foreign policy is of vital importance for us, said High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell before the beginning of the meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Brussels.

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New vid game takes nostalgic players back in time to 1990s Poland
Set in a fictional small town and backed by a Disco Polo soundtrack that includes a tune called Polskie Las Vegas, teaser screenshots of the game include an open-air bazar where users wander a market selling jeans and tracksuits.
Unsung Heroes: Polish couple awarded by United Nations for helping refugees with accommodation and jobs
Hotel chain owner Władysław Grochowski and his artist wife Lena have become the first Polish recipients of the UNHCR’s prestigious Nansen Prize.
Blind Gdańsk sound recordist named one of the most inspiring women in the world
Izabela Dłużyk was chosen by the BBC for its list of the world’s 100 most influential women, saying: “The field recordist is unusual not just because she is a young woman in a profession dominated by men, but because she has been blind since birth.”
Polish archaeologists find over 70 ‘significant burial bundles’ in Peru
Containing people of both genders, several were found wearing carved masks or adorned with ceramics placed on ‘false heads’.