Alianta is the Washington, DC-based national organization of Americans, US companies and other institutions working to strengthen the cultural, economic, and security ties between the United States and Romania. We help Americans and Romanians through education and networking, as well as opportunities which benefit citizens of both nations, improving understanding of Romania and its important strategic partnership with the United States.

(Thursday, February 27, 2020)


(Friday, July 19, 2019)

Honorary Consulate of Romania in Arizona

Consistent with the global vision of Honorary Consulates of Romania, the mission of the Honorary Consulate of Romania in Arizona is to: * contribute to the development of cultural, economic, commercial, and political relations of cooperation between Romania and Arizona * maintain a close connection between Romania and the Romanian community in Arizona * encourage and stimulate academic and cultural cooperation between the universities of Romania and Arizona
Contact: Ileana Alexandra Orlich
Phone: (480) 965-4658

(Tuesday, May 22, 2018)

Comunitatea Moldovenilor din Arizona

Comunitatea Moldovenilor din Arizona : CMA este o organizatie deschisa tuturor persoanelor, indiferent de nationalitate, religie, gen, vârsta sau origine etnica. Ne dorim cu totii un viitor în care originarii din Republica Moldova sa se integreze plenar în viata americana, pastrându-si în acelasi timp valorile culturale, nationale si spirituale.

(Saturday, January 21, 2017)

Embassy of Romania - Washington, DC

(Monday, November 10, 2014)

Revista "Romanian Times"

Romanian Times este o revista bilunara,publicata in Portland, Oregon, cu distributie in mai multe centre romanesti din America de Nord.
Contact: Dan Leontescu - redactor-sef.
Phone: (503)618-8355 sau Fax.(503)674-5080.
Address: Email:

(Monday, November 10, 2014)

Romanian American page from Wikipedia

A Romanian American (Romanian: Român American) is a citizen of the United States who has significant Romanian heritage. For the 2000 US Census, 367,310 Americans indicated Romanian as their first ancestry,[2] while 518,653 persons declared to have Romanian ancestry.[1] Other sources provide higher estimates for the numbers of Romanian Americans in the contemporary US; for example, the Romanian-American Network Inc. supplies a rough estimate of 1.2 million.[3] There is also a significant number of persons of Romanian Jewish ancestry, estimated at about 250,000.

(Friday, April 5, 2013)

Romanian-American Network

We became widely known in the United States and Romania for publishing the Romanian Tribune Newspaper (since 2002) and the Romanian-American Yellow Pages (since 1999) as well as for organizing the Romanian Heritage Festival (since 2010).

(Sunday, July 1, 2012)