Romanian officials’ fear of facing corruption charges is delaying billions in EU loans, stalling sorely needed infrastructure projects.
At NATO’s July summit, Bucharest will propose that a regular multinational naval force patrol the area.
Rosia Montana’s historical value outweighs the gold and silver in nearby deposits, the government decides.
Half of Europe’s virgin forest outside Russia is at risk from rampant unregulated cutting.
Prisoners can reduce jail terms by 30 days for each work of ‘scientific value’ they publish.
Jailed agriculture magnate Ioan Niculae, Romania’s richest man, still controls some 50,000 hectares of agricultural land.
Opponents of law restricting sheepdogs’ numbers say it caters to rich and powerful hunting lobby.