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Foreign news agencies talk about Romania's lack of resources for journalists

de A.C.
Miercuri, 2 aprilie 2008, 14:09 English | Top News

No taxis, no badges, no sound -- welcome to Romania, host of the 2008 NATO summit, Reuters reads, quoted by Romanian news agency NewsIn. Reuters informs that reporters were invited to take an official shuttle bus and told it would be allowed to use the cleared VIP lanes on the highway into the city. It was not.

Moreover, sources inform that after crawling through traffic jams for 90 minutes, some journalists were barred from entering the summit press centre because crashed computers could not print accreditation badges. Other journalists had problems receiving accreditation badges, on grounds of not being yet cleared by security officers.

Another problem faced by journalists within the 3,000 room Parliament Palace was the lack of sound of televisions installed especially for the press. It turned out that the audio link was not working and heaphones had not arrived.

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