Торнадо во Романија

Силно торнадо во Романија на 70 километри од Букурешт. Настаната е штета врз домовите и возилата, пренесуваат медиумите од регионот.


Премиерот Заев ја почна официјалната посета на Романија, средба со премиерката Данчила

Претседателот на Владата на Република Северна Македонија, Зоран Заев ја почна официјалната посета на Романија, со средба со романската премиерка, Виорика Данчила.

Премиерката Данчила соопшти дека во Романија се почнати процедурите за ратификација на Протоколот за пристап на нашата држава во НАТО што е изгласано во Домот на пратениците. Во изјавата за медиуми таа рече дека очекува брзо заокружување на тој процес и дека Република Северна Македонија во најбрзо време ќе биде 30. членка на НАТО.

Романската премиерка Данчила ја реафирмираше позицијата за продолжување на проширувањето на ЕУ, врз индивидуални заслуги за земјите од Западен Балкан. Таа изјави дека очекува дека во јуни ќе бидат потврдени политиките на проширување на ЕУ и охрабри нашата земја да продолжи со исполнување на реформските аргументи.

Премиерката Данчила јавно честиташе на премиерот Заев за неговиот придонес низ храброста и енергијата во големите процеси за нашата држава, што смета дека е инспирација за целиот регион.

Romania-Albania 0-1 19/6/16 Euro 2016 highlights

Albania clinch to 0-1 victory over Romania in Euro 2016 fixture. Despite managing more then 60% of possession Romania couldn’t find a victory as Armando Sadiku only goal in the first half was enough to give Albania their first victory. Both Romania and Albania are out of Euro 2016 as Switzerland and France qualifies from this group.


All Goals HD – France 2-1 Romania 10.06.2016 HD

All Goals HD – France 2-1 Romania 10.06.2016 HD

Dimitri Payet scored a late stunner to secure an opening night win for France against a resilient Romania side at Euro 2016.

Olivier Giroud netted the first goal of the tournament, heading the hosts into the lead early in the second period, but France’s celebrations were put on hold moments later when Bogdan Stancu equalised from the penalty spot.

However, Payet curled an attempt into the far corner of the goal on the cusp of injury time to seal a win for Didier Deschamps men, giving them a great chance of securing passage to the knock out stage.

Despite all pre-tournament predictions stating the visitors would be a defensive outfit, it was they who had the first chance of the game.

Captialising on France’s weakness from set pieces, a corner from the left evaded all the defenders, reaching Bogdan Stancu at the far post. He had time to set himself for the shot, firing powerfully at goal from close range, but Hugo Lloris did briliantly to push the attempt clear.

It was a shot which should have hit the back of the net, and it did much to wake the hosts from their slumber in the early stages.

Antoine Griezmann had France’s first real chance, smashing a long range attempt which was deflected behind for a corner.

From the resultant set piece, Dimitri Payet – a key attacking influence for Les Bleus – sent in a cross which was headed wide by Premier League compatriot Giroud.

The Arsenal man had a frustrating half; he should have hit the target with that headed attempt, and then wasted another free header from inside the box on the cusp of half-time.

It was Griezmann who had the best chances of the half for Didier Deschamps’ men, striking the post from close range before seeing a low drive flash wide of the woodwork via a deflection.

Romania started the first half as the better team, and they repeated this feat in the opening stages of the second 45 minutes.

Florin Andone powered through the centre of the pitch to show the weakness in the French defence, before Stancu – who had the chance in the first half – missed another glorious opportunity.

A ball found him unmarked in the centre of the area, and he controlled and turned with perfection, but he failed to hit the target with a wild shot.

Giroud’s frustrations from the first half appeared to be continuing into the second, as he fired a weak attempt straight at goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu, but he made up for his struggles by netting the first goal of Euro 2016 moments later.

Payet and Paul Pogba combined for the latter to earn a corner from a powerful shot, and from the following play the Arsenal striker beat Tatarusanu to the ball to head into an empty net.

It was a well deserved goal, but France’s defensive issues haunted them just seven minutes later, with Patrice Evra conceding a penalty in what was a poor individual performance from the ageing full-back.

Stancu stepped up to take the spot-kick, making up for his early misses by firing past Lloris to level the game.

It appeared as if Romania were going to see out the draw, which would have been a great start to the tournament for them, but the ever dangerous Payet curled a fantastic attempt into the far corner on 89 minutes to seal the victory.

The West Ham star was visibly crying as he was substituted off moments later, taking his place on the bench to watch his teammates play out injury time with ease and claim three points.