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Romania will extend the regime of high alert due COVID-19

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis at the briefing on Wednesday said that the country for another 30 days will be extended on high alert because of the situation with coronavirus.

Earlier, the authorities reported 34 226 cases of infection, 1 952 of which were fatal.

The Romanian foreign Ministry has summoned the Russian Ambassador because of statements Zakharova

The Russian Ambassador in Bucharest, Valeri Kuzmin, was summoned to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Romania in connection with the statements of the representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova regarding the Romanian national defense strategy.

Earlier, the Supreme defence Council of Romania, headed by the President Klaus Iohannis approved a draft national defense strategy of the country in 2020-2024 years, where in the section "Threats" in this document was mentioned and Russia. In the same project that was already approved by the Supreme defence Council and submitted for approval to the Parliament, says that this situation could have a negative impact on Romania's security. The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said this week that Romania's intention to include Russia in the list of national threats can be explained by the desire to strengthen the US presence and NATO in the Black sea.

Balbec assessed the plans of Romania to recognize Russia as a hostile country

Russia does not view Romania as an enemy, Bucharest straining the situation in the Black sea region, mistakenly thinking his Russian foe, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday the Deputy of the state Duma of the Russian Federation of Crimea Ruslan Balbec.

Earlier, the Supreme defence Council of Romania, headed by the President Klaus Iohannis approved a draft national defense strategy of the country in 2020-2024 years, where in the section "threats" mentioned and Russia. In the same project, which was approved by the Supreme Council of defence and submitted for approval to the Parliament, says that this situation could have a negative impact on Romania's security.

The expert assessed the plans of Romania to recognize Russia as a hostile country

Romania, declaring the "threat" from Russia, wants to create itself in the face of our country of the enemy in favor of the senior partners in NATO, told RIA Novosti expert club "Valdai" Artem Kuraev.

Earlier, the Supreme defence Council of Romania, headed by the President Klaus Iohannis approved a draft national defense strategy of the country in 2020-2024 years, where in the section "Threats" in this document was mentioned and Russia. In the same project that was already approved by the Supreme defence Council and submitted for approval to the Parliament, says that this situation could have a negative impact on Romania's security.

Romania covered Russophobia, said the General Lime

Frank Russophobia covered Romania, which expresses the possibility of recognition of Russia as a hostile state in the effort to curry favor with the United States, said Chairman of the Presidium of all-Russian organization "Officers of Russia", Hero of Russia, major General Sergey Lime.

Earlier, the Supreme defence Council of Romania, headed by the President Klaus Iohannis approved a draft national defense strategy of the country in 2020-2024 years, where in the section "threats" mentioned and Russia. In the same project, which was approved by the Supreme Council of defence and submitted for approval to the Parliament, says that this situation could have a negative impact on Romania's security.

Romania can recognize Russia as a hostile state

The Romanian authorities can recognize Russia as an enemy state and a threat to the region, this is stated in the national defense strategy of the country in 2020-2024 years.

The Supreme defence Council of Romania, headed by the President Klaus Iohannis approved a draft national defense strategy of the country in the years 2020-2024, under "Threats" in this document was mentioned and Russia.

The Romanian President considers that it is necessary to extend the regime of high alert

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis at the briefing on Tuesday said that he considered it necessary to extend the alert, imposed because of the threat of the spread of coronavirus.

"We believe that it is necessary to extend the regime of high alert, although there will be fewer restrictions. The government will discuss this question, I appeal to the Parliament, which should discuss the extension of the regime, asking them to be responsible and to support the Cabinet," said Iohannis after the working meeting with the Prime Minister Ludovic Orban.

In Romania on June 1, will remove most of the restrictions

The Romanian authorities on June 1, will resume terraces, open access to the beaches and to restore international road and rail links, said Thursday at a briefing the President Klaus Iohannis.

In Romania, since may 15, has ceased to operate emergency mode, it is the change of power in 30 days declared a high alert. Residents will continue to wear masks on public transport and indoor public places. There is still a ban on the operation of restaurants and shopping centers, closed schools. Also, it remains in force the suspension of air links with other countries.