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NATO Summit: Romania to received enhanced NATO and U.S. Military Support

Following the adoption of the new NATO Strategic Concept, Romanian President, Klaus Iohannis informed that Romania has fulfilled all...
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Severe Weather Alert: Extreme Temperatures

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Bus Ticket Prices to Increase from July 1st 2022

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Electric Castle 2022 (EC8) Schedule Announced

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“My Cluj” Users Personal Data Published on Public Platform

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After a wave of vegetation fires across the country, the Romanian Government have passed an emergency ordinance, to increase the value of fines for the burning or burying of waste.
The Government are planning to close vaccination centres with vaccines only being available through family doctors from July 1st.
On March 23rd, 2022, the Romanian Government approved an emergency ordinance which would allow the provision of financial assistance to Romanians hosting Ukrainian refugees.
The Local Government has committed to assisting individuals arriving from Ukraine as a result of the conflict in partnership with numerous support groups. This page contains information and resources aimed at providing assistance to people in need.
The Romanian Government announced the changing of restrictions following the end of the “State of Alert”.
a press statement held on March 4th, 2022, President Klaus Iohannis announced that the Romanian authorities will not extend the “state of alert” beyond March 8th, 2022. The impact of this change is yet to be announced.
Cluj-Napoca Mayor spoke at the European Summit held in the French city of Marseille. During his speech, he highlights the challenges that bordering countries experience as a result of the conflict in Ukraine.
Following the adoption of the new NATO Strategic Concept, Romanian President, Klaus Iohannis informed that Romania has fulfilled all of its objectives during this summit.
Romania is currently experiencing a heatwave, with temperatures reaching up to 40°C in the shade, in some areas of the country.
Starting from July 1st, there will be a number of price increases for people using public transport. The price increases affect both individual tickets, as well as subscriptions.
The eighth edition of Electric Castle Festival, set to take place between 13th-17th July 2022, has announced their full schedule.
Multiple users’ data have been published on the “My Cluj” platform with their email addresses and full names.
Nanorent is a well-known car rental company in Cluj-Napoca,
2022 edition of “The Colour Run”
After a wave of vegetation fires across the country, the Romanian Government have passed an emergency ordinance, to increase the value of fines for the burning or burying of waste.
The Government are planning to close vaccination centres with vaccines only being available through family doctors from July 1st.

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