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PM Tariceanu dissatisfied by preliminary report of Foreign minister in case of Romanian who died in Poland

de A.C.
Joi, 10 aprilie 2008, 20:08 English | Top News

Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu considers that the preliminary report sent by the Foreign ministry does not offer sufficient information regarding institutional measures to be taken nor offers more information on the responsibility of those knowing about the situation of Daniel Claudiu Crulic, who died in a Polish prison in January following a hunger strike, a press release of the Government shows. Shortly after PM Tariceanu's statements, Romanian Foreign Minister Cioroianu started an evaluation procedure of employees in all Embassies and consulates.

PM Tariceanu argues that based on the report, Romanian authorities must sanction the consul in Warsaw. However, he added that the report should be more precise in determining who was responsible and outline clearly the duties of the Romanian representatives there.

Plus, Tariceanu urges the Ministry to continue the investigation in cooperation with Polish authorities and determine the exact events which lead to such unfortunate consequences. He summoned Romania's Foreign minister Cioroianu to professionally evaluate the personnel the Foreign Ministry holds abroad.

Foreign minister Cioroianu responded promptly and already launched an evaluation procedure to all 119 diplomatic missions Romania has abroad. According to a press release remitted to, the procedure is made up of two stages: a professional evaluation and a financial evaluation of consulates and Embassies.

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