Romaniapress.com

January 12, 2018

President Iohannis: Religious freedom and tolerance are fundamental pillars of humanity
Jan 12, 2018

President Iohannis: Religious freedom and tolerance are fundamental pillars of humanity.

President Klaus Iohannis on Friday sent a message on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the recognition of religious freedom in Transylvania through the Edict of Turda in January 1568, in which he shows that "religious freedom and tolerance are fundamental pillars of humanity."

"It is 450 years since the Turda proclamation, for the first time in the world, of religious freedom. For all those who believe in our spiritual fulfillment, this anniversary transmits a particularly important message: religious freedom and tolerance are fundamental pillars of humanity," says Iohannis in this message, shows a press release of the Presidential Administration, sent to AGERPRES.

According to the head of state, freedom of conscience and religious tolerance are historical achievements of our society, obtained, developed and defended with sacrifices.

"Our future as a nation entails the tolerant fructification of diversity, and it is backed on these values of European humanism, which we all share," Iohannis transmitted.AGERPRES(RO - author: Madalina Cerban, editor: Florin Marin; EN - Bogdan Gabaroi, editor: Maria Voican)


[Read the article in Agerpres]
 
 
SEE ALSO IN ROMANIAN NEWSPAPERS

MAE: New round of Romanian-Polish strategic dialogue on security matters Secretary of State for Bilateral and Strategic Affairs in the Euro-Atlantic Space George Ciamba participated on Tuesday in Warsaw, alongside Secretary of State for Defence Policy, Planning and International Relations with the National Defence Ministry Mircea Dusa, in the seventh round of the (...)

Romanian president wants "fast procedure" for new Govt. to avoid political instability President Klaus Iohannis reacted on Tuesday to the new political uncertainty generated by the resignation of prime minister Mihai Tudose. He said he wants a “fast procedure” for the appointment of a new Government, to avoid a possible political instability. “One year after the elections, we (...)

President Iohannis welcomes Japan's PM Shinzo Abe at Cotroceni Palace President Klaus Iohannis welcomed on Tuesday at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, within an official visit that the high Japanese official is paying to Bucharest. This first visit to Romania of a Japanese Prime Minister takes place in the context of (...)

Romania's ruling Social Democrats nominate MEP Viorica Dancila for prime minister The leadership of Romania's governing Social Democrats (PSD) on Tuesday nominated Viorica Dancila, a MEP since 2009, for the seat of prime minister, in the wake of PM Mihai Tudose's withdrawal on Monday. Dancila is a politician who has grown in local politics in an area long (...)

Romanian seaside casino, among Europe's most endangered heritage sites The Constanta Casino, at the Romanian seaside, has made it on the list of the 12 European heritage sites shortlisted for the 2018 edition of the 7 Most Endangered program. The list was announced by heritage organization Europa Nostra and the European Investment Bank Institute. The 12 monuments (...)

Deputy PM Stanescu: Developing cooperation with Japan - a foreign policy fixture regardless of gov't political formula Developing cooperation with Japan will remain a fixture of Romania's foreign policy, regardless of the political formula of the Bucharest government, Deputy Prime Minister Paul Stanescu said on Tuesday at the Victoria Palace. "Taking relations with Japan to a deeper level is a priority of the (...)

Romania may have first woman prime minister as biggest party proposes MEP for the job Romania’s Social Democratic Party (PSD) will propose Viorica Dancila, a member of the European Parliament, for the prime minister seat, according to sources within the party. If president Klaus Iohannis accepts to nominate her for this position and the Parliament votes her cabinet, she may (...)

 

Romaniapress.com : all romanian news. Copyright © DIRECTWAY | News RSS |