Iohannis, Ciolos agree the budget on 2016 must be grounded on a long-term outlook for Romania’s development

President Klaus Iohannis and Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos have decided on Monday afternoon, in a meeting they had at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace that the draft budget on 2016 has a long-term outlook for the development of Romania.

This was the first meeting between Iohannis and Ciolos, after the investiture of the new Government last week.

“Talks have focused on current matters, such as the situation of the refugees in the light of the recent events in Europe and the construction of the state budget for 2016. Considering that the budget bill should be filed expeditiously to the Parliament for debate and adoption, the two high officials agreed that the draft law must be grounded on a long-term outlook for Romania’s progress, so that in the following months, the bases of the reforms in the most important fields, to be set,” a press release by the Presidential Administration reads.

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