COD PORTOCALIU: 18-01-2018 ora 17 Intre 18 ianuarie, ora 17 – 19 ianuarie, ora 01 se va semnala intensificări susținute ale vântului, zăpadă spulberată COD GALBEN: 18-01-2018 ora 17 Intre 19 ianuarie, ora 0 se va semnala intensificări susținute ale vântului, ninsori în general moderate cantitativ și viscolite


Sursa: Banca Naţională a României
View more
View less

Folow us

Modifică dimensiunea fontului:

Bucharest, March 22 /Agerpres/ - The national terrorist alert level in Romania is kept at blue, cautious, Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) reported on Tuesday.

"The alert level under Romanias National System for Terrorist Alert is staying at blue, cautious. That means available information so far does not indicate any direct connection between the events in Brussels and risks against national security in Romania. Nevertheless, SRI has taken all the necessary measures to ensure the safety of the Romanian nationals. Our hearts go out to the families of those who died in these criminal attacks and we are collaborating with our partners in the National Terrorism Prevention and Combat System as well as similar organisations in the Euro-Atlantic space," SRI Director Eduard Hellvig is quoted as saying in a press statement sent to AGERPRES.

SRI is firmly condemning todays terror attacks in the capital city of Belgium.

"We are with the Belgian people and will continue to provide support to our organisational partners in our joint fight against terror. What happened in Belgium cannot but affect us. We are now talking about global terrorism. States as compact entities are no longer the targets of terrorists, but the citizens directly as individual entities. That is why I do not see as exaggerated any measure that can prevent any terrorist actions that could endanger national security. Our main goal is to prevent such terror threats. The law and intelligence are our main weapons. When the life of just one citizen is endangered, we act firmly using all the legal tools and means provided for by the law," added Hellvig.

A provisional toll of the explosions today in Brussels reads at least 28 dead and tens of wounded.

Two explosions were reported around 08:00hrs, local, in the departure area of the Zaventem International Airport of Brussels. Also Tuesday morning, at least two other explosions were reported at the Maelbeek station of the Brussels subway system and another one at the Schuman station, according to eyewitnesses quoted by the local media. AGERPRES (RO - author: Mirela Barbulescu, editor: Andreea Rotaru; EN - author: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu, editor: Adina Ana-Maria Panaitescu)
Sursa: Administrația Națională de Meteorologie


Dacă ai cont gratuit te loghezi cu adresa de email. Pentru a crea un cont gratuit accesează secțiunea “Crează cont”.

Dacă ai cont plătit te loghezi cu username. Pentru a vă crea un cont plătit vă rugăm să contactați:

Dacă nu puteți vizualiza această știre, contactați echipa AGERPRES pentru a vă abona la fluxurile de știri.