Ciuca: What happened in Belgrade is tragic; a set of measures is being worked on to prevent violence in schools

Ciuca: What happened in Belgrade is tragic; a set of measures is being worked on to prevent violence in schools

Politics

Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca sent his Serbian counterpart his condolences for the tragedy that happened in a school in Belgrade and stated that to prevent violence in schools in Romania, working groups made up of representatives of the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Development are being created, which are working on the development of a set of measures to be taken in the education system. Cereport reports citing Agerpres

The prime minister was asked what measures will be taken in schools in our country to prevent incidents of the nature of the tragedy that happened in Belgrade, in Serbia.

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