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Romanian ambassador to Lisbon - former Communist political police collaborator

de Radu Rizea
Vineri, 11 iulie 2008, 10:11 English | Top News

Gabriel Gafita, Romania's ambassador to Portugal, is called for hearings in the Bucharest Court, on September 17, in order to respond to accusations pointing at his past as a collaborator of Ceausescu's political Police, Securitate. The allegations were formulated by CNSAS, the national body enabled to study the former Securitate archives. CNSAS claims that 56-year old Gafita signed and agreement with the Securitate in 1997, under the codename "Rossety", and received money and goods in exchange for the information he provided about various writers.

The documents unveiled by CNSAS show that Gafita received money from Securitate even in order to organize his birthday parties.

After 1990, Gabriel Gafita worked in diplomacy, first as ambassador to London, then manager of the Europe / North America department in the Foreign Ministry, then named as ambassador in Lisbon, in 2005, under the mandate of Foreign Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu.

His mission, as a "Securitate rat" was to gather information about the general attitude in the literary world, mainly because he had access to the discussions and events organized by the American Library. 

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