PM Ciolacu: Google's expertise and contribution, essential for high-performance public services
Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu on Monday welcomed at the Government House Google executives and participated in the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Romanian government and the company as Romania is developing digital research and innovation infrastructure.
Moldovan president attends opening of Orhei Emergency Medical Assistance Substation
President Maia Sandu participated today in the inauguration of Orhei Emergency Medical Assistance Substation, the presidential press service has reported.
Assassination attempt against Trump, Rama: Tragedy for democratic world
Prime Minister Edi Rama on Sunday condemned the shooting attack against the Republican nominee for President of the United States of America, former President Donald Trump.
EU Commissioner Ivanova: Bulgaria Faces Real Danger of Losing Funds under Recovery and Resilience Plan
European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth Iliana Ivanova told bTV on Sunday that there is a real danger for Bulgaria not obtaining funds under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP).
Spain beat England 2-1 to secure EURO 2024 title
Spaniards win their record 4th EURO title and their 1st European Championship since 2012
Pogačar extends overall lead to Vingegaard to 3 minutes
Slovenia's star rider Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) won a second consecutive stage at the Tour de France on Sunday, defeating archrival Jonas Vingegaard (Visma-Lease a Bike) to increase his overall lead against the Tour defending champion to 3:09 minutes and tightening his grip on the yellow jersey.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Peaceful gathering in Blidinje Nature Park: We have been fighting windmills for years!
The Aarhus Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina, together with citizens and environmental activists, organized a peaceful gathering in the Blidinje Nature Park on Saturday to express their disagreement with the plans to build a wind farm on Štitar, a protected area of ​​the Blidinje Nature Park.
PM Mitsotakis expresses horror at attack on Trump, sympathy for families of bystanders
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Sunday expressed his horror at the attack on former U.S. President Donald Trump, in a message on the social media platform X.
Table tennis: Romania wins five, loses one match on first day of European Youth Championships
Romania won five and lost just one match on Friday, the first day of the European Youth Championships for U15 and U19 in Malmo (Sweden).
PM Rama: Foreign tourists join celebrations on 16th anniversary of Berat’s UNESCO world heritage list inscription
A series of events marked the 16th anniversary of inscription of Albanian museum city of Berat on the UNESCO world heritage list in July 2008.
Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic into Wimbledon quarterfinals
Djokovic beats Holger Rune 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 in men's 4th round match; German 4th-seed Alexander Zverev eliminated
Slovenia fielding a record 90-member national team in Paris
The Slovenian Olympic Committee (OKS) has announced the Slovenian participants at the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. The list includes a record 90 athletes from 17 sports and disciplines who will compete for medals in the French capital between July 26 and 1 August.
Moldovan PM meets European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety
Moldovan-EU cooperation aimed at strengthening the national health system, as well as developments on Moldova's European agenda were discussed at a today's meeting between Prime Minister Dorin Recean and Stella Kyriakides, European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, the government's communication department has reported.
Torrential Rains, Landslides in Turkiye's Black Sea Region Cause Two Victims and Damage
Two people died in torrential rains in the Black Sea region and in Eastern Turkiye, Haberler website reported on Monday.
PM Mitsotakis: NHS recovery is one of our greatest priorities
In his weekly review on social media post on Sunday, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis highlighted the issue of staff shortages in the National Health System (NHS), measures to fight unemployment and high prices, and Greece's acquisition of microsatellites.
Herdea (CNAS): World's youngest grandmother is Romanian, at age 23, mandatory to have medical education in schools
The chairwoman of the National Health Insurance House (CNAS), dr. Valeria Herdea, declared in Targu Mures, on Friday, that Romania is the country that has the youngest grandmother, at 23, pregnant girls at 12 and 14-year-old girls with two children each, and, including for this reason, among the provisions of the new framework contract, entered into force on 1 July, there are also a series of chapters that concern the adolescent.
Komšić congratulates the leader of the British Labor Party, Keir Starmer, on election win
Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Željko Komšić congratulated the leader of the British Labor Party, Keir Starmer, on his election victory.
Government adopts HG on calendar of parliamentary and presidential elections
The Government Decision (HG) on the election calendar has been adopted on Thursday in a meeting, Government spokesman Mihai Constantin announced.
Albanian parliament observes minute of silence in tribute to writer Ismail Kadare
Albanian lawmakers observed a minute of silence in tribute to the literary giant Ismail Kadare, passed away on Monday at the age of 88 due to cardio-respiratory failure.
Xhaka: England is a tough opponent, but we have our strengths
Switzerland will face England in the quarter-finals of the European Championship, one of the favorite national teams of this competition, and Granit Xhaka admits that he and his teammates are facing a very difficult challenge.
Foreign Minister Fajon visiting Brazil
Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon is in Brazil for a three-day official visit aiming to strengthen bilateral relations.