President Klaus Iohannis said on Friday, when speaking about Romania’s adoption of the Euro in 2024 that “temporarily” Romania is out of the compliance margin, but things can be corrected if there is governmental political will.
“At this point and temporarily we have come out of the compliance margin, but things can be corrected if politically desired, and here, there is a need for a governmental political will,” said the head of state in Brussels, when asked whether 2024 was a realistic term for the adoption of the euro by Romania.
He also commented on the Government’s decision to set up the national Commission to draw up the euro adoption plan.
“I do not want to be skeptical of that committee, but we had a committee, which was under the coordination of the BNR. Now we will have a committee under the coordination of the Government,” the President added.
Source: Presidential Administration.