Romanian Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu made a report on Wednesday, presenting the results his cabinet recorded during the mandate. European Union accession, economic growth and well-being are the three targets the Government achieved, said Tariceanu during the presentation, adding that Romania is the European state with the largest GDP growth.

Tariceanu's statements, in brief:

- We managed to double the pensions, a new pensions growth is scheduled for October 1;

- the economy is on an accelerated growth trend;

- the gross domestic product (GDP) grew 8.8%, the largest growth in Europe;

- there are no localities in Romania without at least one modernized school;

- a profound reform of the health care system has begun;

- over 95% of the 930 commitments made by the Government;

- 35 billion euro worth of investments were attracted between 2004 and 2008, double than between 1991 and 2004.