The Human Assisted Reproduction and Embryology law project was made public on Tuesday by the Romanian Health Ministry and will be subject to public debate for a month. The law text sees that no person can create, acquire or distribute a human embryo, only if one obtains a license or a contract with a third party.

Plus, a license cannot guarantee "keeping or using an embryo after the primitive line occurrence, forbids introducing the embryo in an animal and is against keeping or using an embryo in any circumstance which is forbidden by the law". The document also establishes the conditions in which a license for assisted human reproduction services can be granted.

The law project forbids for female reproduction cells collected or deviated from an embryo or foetus to be used. The same restriction applies to the embryos created using these cells and the hybrid human embryos. According to the law project, an embryo cannot be stored for longer than 10 years.

The project also stipulates that women cannot start such a treatment before the necessary conditions are made available, including relevant counselling addressing the implications of such a treatment, and only after all the adequate information has been made available to them.