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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.
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.
Antonio Patane, founder of FSP Global conducts an interview with President of PATRIR (Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania) Kai Frithjif Brand-Jacobsen to discuss the efforts to provide relief and support to the people of Ukraine.
PATRIR (Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania), organised Solidarity Action as a sign of solidarity to end the war and invasion of Ukraine, starting at 6 PM in Unirii Square (Piața Unirii).
The Cluj-Napoca City Hall has shown solidarity with Ukraine by displaying colours of the Ukranian flag in different areas of the city.
Cluj-Napoca is one of the cities with the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Romania and yesterday (Feb 3rd 2022) saw the highest number of daily recorded deaths and ICU occupancy.