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Within the framework of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the informal meeting of the EU Ministers of Culture took place on 16 April 2019, at the Palace of Parliament, in Bucharest.
Actor and theatre director George Ivașcu has been named the new Minister of Culture in Romania, as the Social Democratic Party (PSD) changed its third Prime-Minister since it won the parliamentary elections in November 2016.
Only 18.3% of the Romanians aged 16 and over visited a cultural site such as a historical monument, a museum, an art gallery or an archaeological site at least once in 2015.
Lucian Romaşcanu has been named the new Minister of Culture, announced by the Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Tudose on 28 June 2017. Romaşcanu said that a new film law will be among his priorities, telling the Romanian press agency Mediafax that he plans to set up an open debate for a new film law.
The Ministry of culture and national identity and the Ministry of youth and sports have signed a cooperation protocol, highlighting the commitment of individual institutions to support children and youth culture.
Romania’s Ministry of Culture and National Identity should have a RON 766 million (EUR 170 million) expense budget for 2017, 50% more than in the previous year, according to the state budget draft published by the Finance Ministry.