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RLWeek March 1-6, 2022: List of notary offices providing free counselling to refugees from Ukraine. Young people from Ukraine can enroll at Romanian faculties even without papers of study. OUG for the implementation of the European Aid Fund for disadvantaged people. Refugees from Ukraine benefit from the same medical services as Romanian insurees, without contributing to the health social insurance fund. Romania is joining the process of activating the OSCE Moscow Mechanism on the aggression of the Russian Federation in Ukraine

List of notary offices providing free counselling to refugees from Ukraine On Thursday, the 3rd March 2022, the National Union of Public Notaries of Romania reported that 52 notary offices in 24 localities in the country had announced, from the early days of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, willingness to give free advice to those who flee from the war. List           [source]

Young people from Ukraine can enroll at Romanian faculties even without papers of study Young people from Ukraine can register as students for bachelor, master or doctorate programs at Romanian faculties. If the student or doctoral student cannot prove the studies completed by documents issued by the higher education institution he has previously attended in Ukraine, the Romanian higher education institution shall assess, on the basis of its own criteria and in accordance with good international practice, the learning outcomes, skills and abilities and decide on the recognition and award of transferable study credits. In the academic years 2021-2022 and 2022-2023, students, citizens of Ukraine, can benefit from funding from the state budget or other sources, from the Ministry of Education and higher education institutions, respectively. Enrollment this academic year and the next one can be done by the student’s initiative, with the agreement of the Romanian university. Entry into force: 3 March 2022[source]

OUG for the implementation of the European Aid Fund for disadvantaged people | Draft On Thursday, the 3rd of March 2022, the Ministry of Investment and European Funds launched a public debate on the draft Emergency Ordinance on measures needed to implement the European Aid Fund to the most deprived, to support the most disadvantaged categories of mother-newborn couples receiving material support based on electronic social tickets for newborns from non-reimbursable external funds, some measures for their distribution, as well as the legal framework for the eligibility of expenditure incurred by beneficiaries.[source]

Refugees from Ukraine benefit from the same medical services as Romanian insurees, without contributing to the health social insurance fund Foreign nationals or stateless people in special situations, who come from the armed conflict area of Ukraine and enter Romania and who do not request protection under Law 122/2006 on Asylum in Romania, are provided with medical services, medical supplies, medical supplies, medical devices and services contained in the national curative health programs on the basis of the valid state border crossing document accepted by the Romanian state. Entry into force: 3 March 2022[source]

Romania is joining the process of activating the OSCE Moscow Mechanism on the aggression of the Russian Federation in Ukraine Friday, the 4th of March 2022, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Romania has joined a group of 44 OSCE participating states to activate the OSCE Mechanism in Moscow to assess the impact on human rights and the humanitarian situation caused by the Russian Federation’s aggression on Ukraine. The invoking this mechanism facilitates the deployment of a  mission of field experts to gather data for gathering evidence of possible war crimes, crimes against humanity and violations of International Law, International Humanitarian Law and OSCE commitments on the territory of Ukraine. Romania’s decision to support this action follows our country’s efforts to strongly condemn the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, as well as in support of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within internationally recognized borders.[source]

Flaviana Crâznic

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