Romania's finance ministry aims to sell domestic treasury bonds and bills worth roughly 6.78 billion lei ($1.47 billion) in April, including 780 million lei at non-competitive tenders, it said on Friday.

The ministry has scheduled 12 bond tenders in April with residual maturities ranging from 1.7 to 13.9 years and two auctions for seven-month and one-year treasury bills.

Romania has sold more than a planned 28.5 billion lei worth of domestic debt so far this year, and has tapped $4 billion worth of Jan. 2029 and Jan 2034 paper from foreign markets, as well as 4 billion euros of March 2031 Eurobonds and Feb. 2036 green bonds. ($1 = 4.6103 lei) (Reporting by Luiza Ilie; Editing by Kirsten Donovan)