You might be pleased to know that the number of abortions is dropping:http://www.primulpas.ro.org/avortul/statistici.html
The statistics that you got had numbers from the beggining of the 90's when there was a an abortion boom.
The reasons behind these numbers where the facts that during the communist era, Ceausescu thought "the more, the marryier", so outlawed abortions; and the one that you couldn't find contraceptives. Only in the mid 90's condoms could be found on a large scale in Romania. As a result many women died because of complications from illegal abortions. The government after 1990 considered it inhumane so the abortions were legal again. They probably considered a better approach to kill the babies rather than to kill the mothers...
Of course, abortions are still a major problem.
A very good (Romanian) article can be found here:http://www.hotnews.ro/articol_17511-Un-sfert-de-milion-de-avorturi-pe-an.htm
But I didn't want to post because of that. I wanted to post because some started to throw stones at the Romanian Orthodox Church.
You have no right to accuse the Orthodox Church for the abortions.
The stance on the abortions can be found right on the official site of the Romanian Patriarchate:http://www.patriarhia.ro/Site/Comisii/bioetica.html
There are a number of Orthodox organisations that deal with abortions:http://www.sfintii-arhangheli.ro/
There are many reasons for such a big number of abortions:
-poverty: no money for contraceptives; ignorance because of no access to information, etc.
-lack of Christian life. Now, at a first glance, some may consider that this is the the fault of the church.
The fault of the church is the lack of cathehesis. But, even those who are Orthodox, but don't know much of the faith, know it's a sin. They are either atheists who come from former communist families or Orthodox who know that what they do it's a sin, but they still do it. So what can the Church do? Of course, there is always room for improvement. Maybe a more direct aproach would help. But to say that the Romanian Orthodox Church has failed her people because of this is too much.
-western propaganda. I'm reffering to the whole emphasis on SEX that came from the western world after 1990 (and especially from US). Now you can see on TV (at hours that are accessible for children) shows that treat (for example) the relationship between stress and women's sex life. 99% of the movies have at least a sexual scene in it. The teen magazines write about how normal masturbation is. Playboy, Penthouse and simmilar magazines exacerbate the imagination of men. The highschool teen consider nowadays that if you are a virgin at 16, then you are a looser. Sex is considered a basic need, just like food.
Now, if this came in the 1930's, it would have been a different story. But exposed to it right after 50 years of atheist propaganda.... And please, don't compare the situation in Poland and Czech Republic to that in Romania and Russia. The communist regime there wasn't that harsh.
As a distinction, the "sexual revolution" didn't occur yet in Russia (or not at a such a large scale) because they were completely against Americans and all that came from them.
I'm not implying that Americans are bad. Most of the ones I know are very nice people. But, unfortunately, the good parts came along with the bad parts. And evil travels faster.
A good Christian life would protect us from all of these. But that is hard to accomplish. Even in 20 years. Not when Christianity is old fashioned. Now it's the "live life to the extreme" trend. When they see an Orthodox service on TV, they change the channel. But when the spicy aspects of the sexual life of some "celebrity" is on TV, they turn the volume up.
So, instead of throwing stones, maybe you should pray for us, the sinners.