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  • Almost 9 millions euro for nuclear security in Romania
    The European Commission and Romania will invest in the nuclear security in Romania about 9 millions euro, through the Phare 2006 Program. The Government approved on July 4, through a Memorandum, the signing of the Financing agreement regarding the Program for communitarian support in the field of the nuclear security for Romania, 2006. For this program, the non-repayable financial assistance from the European Union side is amounting to 7.7 millions euro, and the rest of 1.3 millions euro represents co-financing from the Romanian state. (Information source: The Romania Government)
  • European financing for the economic development of the border regions – 36 millions euro
    Romania will start cross-border cooperation programs with Bulgaria, Moldavian Republic, Serbia, Hungary and Ukraine as a result of the signing of the Financing agreements of these four programs with the European Commission. The European Union allocated 35,996 millions euro for these programs, through Phare 2006, funds that will be supplemented from the budgets of the states involved in the projects. There will be financed projects that help in the approach of the communities and the economic actors from the border regions to create a basis for a balanced economical and social development. (Information source: The Romania Government)
  • The European Commission Report regarding Romania’s progress
    The European Commission’s reports regarding the progresses recorded by Bulgaria and Romania concerning the compliance of the accompanying measures decided in the moment of the two states adhering to the European Union establish that real efforts were made and progresses were recorded as a result of the intense legislative activity developed by the two states governments, but now these ones should center on the bringing it into operation. (Information source: The Romania Government)
  • An European Union treaty in October, the main objective of the new Portuguese presidency of the E.U.
    Portugal took over, on July 1, from Germany, the presidency of the European Union. Wednesday, July 11, at Strasbourg, the Portuguese Premier, José Sócrates, will present to the European Parliament the priorities of the Portuguese presidency for the next six months. (Information source: The Romania Government)