Intelligence Services chief: Chances for threat remains low in Romania, but risk shouldn't be neglected"The chance for a threat remains low, but we don't have to neglect such risks. Prevention remains our fundamental target", Romanian Intelligence Services (SRI) head George Maior declared on Wednesday, during the annual report, according to Mediafax. Maior talked about the fact that Romania will host missile shield elements. He said SRI was preparing to respond to espionage. As for terrorism, he claims there are accentuated forms of radicalism and proselytes.
Romanian president: SRI and SIE cannot be politically influenced, in contrast to department intelligence servicesPresident Traian Basescu has suggested that intelligence services structures assigned to departments can be influenced by the political environment, as opposed to SRI (Romanian Intelligence Services) and SIE (Foreign Intelligence Services). "I'm convinced that nobody can politically influence SRI and SIE anymore. But I'm not saying this about the department services. I'm talking about the two big services controlled but the CSAT (the Country's Supreme Defence Council)", the President underlined.
Social-democrats submit a simple motion against Transport ministerSocial-Democrats (PSD) announced they would submit a simple motion against Romanian Transports minister, according to Agerpres. PSD leader Victor Ponta announced in the beginning of March that his party is considering the measures due to the staff cuts at Romanian Railways (CFR).
Social-democrats: We're not taking part in consultations with traitors and desertersPSD members are going to Cotroceni Palace today to take part in the debates regarding the alteration of the Constitution, but the party members will not engage in discussions with the group of independents, who PSD vice-president Constantin Nita called "traitors" and "deserters" for RFI reporters. Nita added that he wants a mix uninominal vote for the Deputies Chamber. The Liberals and Social-Democrats are invited again today at 6 pm for consultations addressing the reduction of the number of MPs and the single-chambered Parliament. On Monday, the leaders of the two parties have left discussions with President Traian Basescu, blaming the presence of the independent MPs group.
Romanian Justice Ministry: We've taken all necessary actions in Omar Hayssam case, but Syria didn't reply to our requestThe Romanian Justice Ministry announced on Friday, March 12, that it has taken "all the necessary actions" in Omar Hayssam's case, requesting Syria to answer the commission request made by the Romanian court in May 2009. The exchange of information between the Romanian Justice Ministry and the Syrian Arab Republic Justice Ministry were both tête-à-tête and through diplomatic channels, but so far the assistance request has not been answer, the Romanian Justice Ministry informs. The statements follow press items addressing Romania's actions in the Omar Hayssam file.
Traian Basescu meets Romanian troops from AfghanistanPresident Traian Basescu, Romanian Defence minister Gabriel Oprea and Major State General Gheorghe Marin went today in a surprise visit to Afghanistan to meet with Romanian troops in the region, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs. The visit has not been announced in advance for security reasons. Traian Basescu went to Afghanistan straight from Afghanistan, where he had been in an official visit on Tuesday and on Wednesday.
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