In order to implement the agreements reached under the Lapis Lazuli Agreement and the Aschgabat Agreement, including other international instruments, Turkmenistan`s leaders are actively promoting development issues and strengthening cooperation in transport diplomacy on regional and international platforms. After the experience of economic instability in the 1990s and the implementation of a free travel agreement with the EU, a large number of Romanians emigrated to Western Europe and North America, with particularly important municipalities in Italy, Germany and Spain. In 2016, the Romanian diaspora was estimated at more than 3.6 million people, the fifth largest population of emigrants in the world.  In December 2005, President Traian Besescu and U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice signed an agreement that would allow a U.S. military presence in several Romanian institutions, mainly in the east of the country.  In May 2009, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, “Romania is one of the most trusted and respected partners in the United States.”  In December 2011, the Romanian Senate unanimously adopted the bill to ratify the agreement between Romania and the United States, signed in September of that year, which would allow the establishment and operation of a ballistic defence system based on THE NETWORK in Romania as part of NATO`s efforts to build a continental missile shield.  Corruption has also been an important topic in contemporary Romanian politics.  In November 2015, massive anti-corruption protests following the Colectiv fire led to the resignation of Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta.  In 2017-18, some of the largest demonstrations since 1989 took place in Romania, where more than 500,000 people protested across the country.  The Danube, the second longest river in Europe, flows into the German Black Forest and usually flows into the southeast for 2,857 km that cross ten countries before ending in the Romanian Danube Delta.
Among the Carpathians that cross Romania from north to southwest is the Moldoveanu Peak at 2,544 m.  For imports, 75% come from EU Member States (Germany 20%, Italy 9% and Hungary 7%), compared to 5% outside the EU from China and 4% from Turkey. Industrial production growth reached 6.5% in February 2013 compared to the previous year, the strongest growth in Europe.  Among the largest local companies are car manufacturers Dacia, Petrom, Rompetrol, Ford Romania, Electrica, Romgaz, RCS – RDS and Banca Transilvania.  From 2020, there will be about 6000 exports per month. Romania`s main export products are: cars, software, clothing and textiles, industrial machinery, electrical and electronic devices, metallurgical products, raw materials, military equipment, pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals and agricultural products (fruits, vegetables and flowers). Trade mainly focuses on the Member States of the European Union, with Germany and Italy being the country`s main trading partners. The balance sheet balance was estimated at 4.52% of GDP in 2012.  Romanian cuisine has been influenced by Austrian and German cuisine (especially in the historical regions that were once managed by the Habsburg monarchy), but it also has similarities with other Balkan cuisines such as Greek, Bulgarian or Serbian cuisine.  Ciorba includes a wide selection of acid soups, while mititei, m`m`méliga (similar to polenta) and sarmales are often presented in main dishes.
 Romania also communicates with the European institutions through its permanent representation in Brussels.