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Re: AWLC to ANONYMOUS ROMANIA
« Reply #10 on: July 11, 2014, 05:20:21 pm »
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How are you ? I'm OK.I almost finished with my exams. In 2007 Romania will get no more economic assistance from the US, but it will get $ 1,6 million for military assistance, according to the budget proposal of the US Administration, made to the Congress on Monday. If there is consent to the present proposal, it means that in 2007 it will the first time in the last years that Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia are getting no financial assistance from the US. Washington officials believe these states have progressed economically and they no longer need help from abroad. Yesterday the inferior chamber in the Dutch Parliament ratified the Treaty of Accession with Romania and Bulgaria, due majority of almost two thirds. The Netherlands has become the twelfth state to ratify the document. As previously announced, the Christian-Democrat Alliance led by PM Jan Peter Balkenendem and the Socialist Party voted against it. There were also two independent Mps who did the same. The other seven parties in the Parliament voted for ratification.
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Re: AWLC to ANONYMOUS ROMANIA
« Reply #11 on: July 11, 2014, 05:21:21 pm »
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Right now the terms between Romania and IMF (the International Monetary Fund) consist in a matter of linguistics only. Just a few hours after the IMF negotiator-in-chief, Dutch Emmanuel van der Mensbrugghe, said the IMF thought the agreement was interrupted, real debate started in Bucharest on the exact meaning of the phrase the IMF expert used. But what cannot be corrected is the IMF official's statement that Romania risks joining the EU as a country little competitive, given the still high inflation rate, the large current account deficit and the 50% pay rise for employees of state-owned fields, the unrealistic budget project for 2006. Romanian authorities react by stating they will obey those targets set for next year. Even if they have admitted they have not talked about it in Coalition meeting, the leaders of parties at rule have not criticized the government's decision not to meet all IMF demands. Moreover, they all think this is a good measure.

Yesterday IMF representatives gave more details on the agreement with Romania, proving that it was not annulled. According to IMF, governmental policies are not in keeping with the objectives in the stand-by agreement: inflation cut, limitation of internal lack of balance and promotion of economic growth. IMF explains: "The second and third analyses in the agreement cannot be accomplished at present, but it does not mean that the agreement has been annulled. The present agreement is to last till July 2006." IMF also expresses willingness for consulting, in case the government decides to change the present set of fiscal and currency policies.

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« Reply #12 on: July 11, 2014, 05:22:19 pm »
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The Romanians today announced that they will be hosting elements of the U.S. BMD system on their territory. This is not news in of itself. The announcement was first made during Biden's visit to Romania in October. Romanians have taken a long time to discuss it for good reason. Internal politics has essentially shut down Bucharest until now. All that said, the announcement comes mere week and a half after Poland announced that it is placing Patriots on the Kaliningrad border, not to mention that Basescu is aggressive towards Moldova. What is Romania thinking and what is Russia going to do to coutner them.... A "Greater Romania II" diary?

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« Reply #13 on: July 11, 2014, 05:23:52 pm »
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The President of Romania Traian Basescu claimed Tuesday evening that politics and economy were intertwined and depended on each other. He emphasized that the progress of reforms in the whole Black Sea region was hampered by Russia's energy monopoly in the area. The Romanian President described this as worrying and claimed the regress with the liberalization and privatization of the great Russian energy companies was obvious. He invoked the Yukos case as example.

The Romanian President's videoconference opened the Washington international conference "Economic Development and Security in the Black Sea Region", arranged by the Center for International Strategies and Studies and the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The President described the Black Sea region as an economy group and emphasized the Black Sea connected the energy corridors from the Caspian Sea to Western Europe and could make the region prosperous if it managed to provide security. The President outlined it was also important to diversify the oil and gas pipelines. The Romanian official mentioned that the enlarged Black Sea region was nowadays the provider of 50% of the energy the EU needed and claimed in the future the region would get to supply 70%. Basescu insisted that if regional oil continued to be exported via Russia only, the latter state would grow more important as far as the EU policywas concerned. The President opined the US should include the Euro-Asian energy strategy in their international dialogue.

The President informed Romania was an active seeker of opportunities of collaboration in the Black Sea area in order to carry out economic projects to help the region develop durably. He said Romania's intention was to refresh regional cooperation within the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization, to promote free trade and facilitate regional transport. The President reminded Romania was promoting two projects on the transport of hydrocarbons: the Constanta-Trieste project and the Nabuco one. He concluded: "As an importer of energy from the enlarged Black Sea region, Europe's duty is to export stability and security and take practical action. The EU security depends on the EU's capacity to make the Black Sea safe. Romania is a reliable partner in this regard. It is able to offer an inside perspective over the region. But its initiative can develop only by means of focused action taken by the main international players such as the EU and the NATO.

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Romanian president Traian Basescu and PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu left for Brussels yesterday in order to attend the spring reunion of the Council of Europe. They left earlier than scheduled so that before the first summit session they would talk to the representatives of political groups in the Parliament of Europe. President Basescu was to meet leaders of the EPP (the European People's Party). PM Tariceanu was to have a meeting with EU Commissioner for Enlargement Olli Rehn and lunch with the European Liberals, arranged by Belgian PM Guy Varhofstadt. These meetings are meant to get the EPP and the European Liberals support Romania with view to the report to be published in May and accession to the EU on schedule. Romanian officials probably intend to deliver a message to EU authorities: the European Commission's report due in May should decide on Romania's progress so that in the summit to follow in June Romania's accession in 2007 should be officially announced. As for Traian Basescu's meeting with the EPP leaders, maybe the head of state intends to do lobby so that the Democrat Party, his ex party, would be admitted in the EPP. Foreign minister Mihai-Razvan Ungureanu, European integration minister Anca Boagiu and finance minister Sebastian Vladescu are also part in the Romanian delegation attending the spring summit.

These days Budapest has taken great interest in the Magyar minority issue in Romania, as rough electoral campaign is going on in Hungary. Withhelp from MEPs sent to Brussels, Budapest has taken action to promote territorial autonomy in Romania. It was Barna Boda, president of the Alliance of Magyar NGOs in Transylvania, episcope Bala Kata, president of SAPIENTIA Foundation, UDMR (the Democrat Union of Magyars in Romania) senator Csaba Sagor, Zolt Szilaghyi, president of the National Council of the Magyar Civic Association and episcope Laszlo Tokes, president of the Magyar National Council in Transylvania who brought territorial autonomy claims to Brussels. (...) The lawyers of territorial autonomy were coordinated by EU deputy Kinga gal from FIDESZ. She was successfully accompanied by socialist Csaba Tabajdi. The latter highlighted the need for Hungarian politicians' consensus on Romania's accession to the EU. I'm waiting your questions.

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Romania's main clients for arms export

http://www.actmedia.eu/2009/12/15/top+story/romania%92s+main+clients+for+arms+export+/24679

Date: 15-12-2009
Romania sold, over the first six months of the year arms and military products worth over 43 million euro, the most important customers being the countries in the Middle East ( 11.5 million), the US ( 10.5 million), Georgia ( 1.8 million) according to a report of ANCEX quoted by NewsIn. According to annual obligations, the National Authority for Control of Exports (ANCEX )presented the European Union a report regarding Romania's exports of arms and ammunition for the first quarter of 2009. Thus, the data offered to EU it is clear that the Romanian companies of arms sold, for the first quarter, arms and ammunition worth 18,889,973 euro, while during the second quarter the value of exports was 24,263,431 euro... Thus, according to ANCEX documents, Romania offered,during the same period, 268 export licences for arms and ammunition worth 95.86 million euro - 49,14 million euro for Q1 and 46.71 million euro for Q2. Licences are granted for a maximum sum where exports should fit and exporters should confirm to. The ANCEX report does not contain the data regarding the companies which made these exports or the producers. At the same time, during the above-mentioned period there is no mention of an agreement refusal for an export licence. Similar to 2008, at the top of countries which received arms and ammunition from Romania are the countries in the Middle East - Israel, Egypte, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Oman as well as the United States, Afganistan, Pakistan and India. From Europe, the most important contracts signed by Romania are those with Georgia, while the African continent has as main destinations Burkina Faso, Gabon and Ethiopia.

The US bought tens of thousand of various weapons from Romania Over the first part of the year, the US intensified its commercial relations with Romania as regards arms trade, so that they ordered products worth 10.5 million euro, while during 2008 the value of the order was only 11,5 million euro. At the same time, the ANCEX report shows that Romania offered during quarter I 46 export licences for the US worth over 20 million euro. Thus, the American army bought from Romania 35,211 submachine guns, 26,000 assault rifles, 3,801 shotguns, 7 carbines, 10 light machine guns as well as accessories for submanchine guns, grenade launchers,.etc. Israel, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates - the most important customers in the Middle East Israel signed, over the first semester of 2009 contracts worth 4.6 million euro with Romanian companies which got 47 export licenses worth approximately 13 million euro. The most wanted military products by the Israeli were accessories for small weapons, parts for missiles air-air, parts for land military vehicles, electronic parts for automatic data programmers, equipments forimage creation, electric cables with connectors. At the same time, Romania sold containers for missile launchers, night vision equipment or equipment for software simulator production. In Iraq, over the first part of the year, Romania did not send any military products but offered export licence worth 12,587,811 euro for military machines with crane and platform. In the Middle East, other countries showed their interest to signcontracts with Romania such as the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Jordan and Egypte. According to ANCEX the Arab Emirates received spare parts for military helicopters worth over 5.1 million euro, in Oman there were sent installations and equipments for military aircraft worth 1.8 million euro, while Egypte bought engine aggregate for fight military aircraft worth 500,000 euro. Contracts with Romania were also signed by Jordan - 421,068 euro for anti-tank and Oman with 53,234 euro for spare parts for military helicopter. Romania sells arms in Afghanistan and Pakistan As the war in Afghanistan is underway, the Romanian arms companies sold, over the first part of the year arms and ammunition to this country worth 5,5 million euros. The ANCEX report showed that Romania offered 13 licenses worth 8 million euro. Thus, the Afghans bought submachine rifles ( 15,800 pieces) as well as ammunition for small weapons, normal ammunition and shotguns or spare parts for military transport helicopters. At the same time, in Pakistan, the neighbouring country there were sold military products worth 600,000 euro, being spare parts for military helicopters.

According to ANCEX statistics, other destinations for the Romanian arms in Asia were India - an export license for the first quarter worth 11,614,622 euro to improve an engine for fight military aircraft, Viet-nam - one license for 3,035,126 euro for military aircraft for training and spare parts ( 10 pieces) and South Koreea who bought products worth 57,930 euro - anti-tanks grenade thrower ( 2 pieces). Georgia bought arms in 2009 as well from Romania Georgia which in 2008 was at war spent over the first part of the year almost 1.8 million euro to buy from Romania ammunition for small weapons and shotgun ammunition. The Romanian companies obtained four export licenses in Georgia worth over 8 million euro for : grenade thrower with accessories (677 pieces) ammunition for small weapons. During the conflict between Georgia and Russia in August 2008, the Russian media criticized the fact that Romania offered Georgia arms, but the Romanian authorities showed that exports were legal, Georgia not being a country under embargo. This year, after one year since the conflict, Russia accused the United States and Ukraine for providing arms to Georgia thus preparing for a new conflict. Russia does not have information which shows that Romania provided arms to Georgia, the ambassador of Russia to Romania, Alexander Churilin said. At the same time, the ANCEX report showed that Romania sold military products of 582,035 euro in Azerbaidjan, country which had an open conflict with Armenia, the relations between the two countries being tensed. The Asers showed their interest to buy from Romania rifles, snipers, grenade thrower, sight launchers, equipment for mechanical components worth 722,051 euro as well as equipment for mechanical components worth 358,018 euro with export licenses. In the countries of the European Union, Romania sold arms and ammunition worth 3.5 million euro. The most important customer was the UK which spent 1,475,037 euro for shotguns ( 34), rifles (100), submachine guns ( 100) snipers, parachutes, accessories for parachutes, components for maritime aircraft, 192,471 euro given for hunting guns, accessories for rifles, parachutes for military aircraft compenents. Other important customers of Romania in the EU were : Belgium ( almost 799,000 euro) the Netherlands ( 769,498 euro) Croatia ( almost 375,000 euro) or Italy ( 337,000euro). Gabon and Burkina Faso the best customers in Africa In Africa Romanian exports were directed to five countries, worth less than two million euro. Thus Gabon has an export license worth 1,060,231 euro for military helicopter and Burkina Faso got missiles for missiles throwers of almost 700,000 euro, while Ethiopia, South Africa or Mauritania exported products of almost 50,000 euro worth.

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Romania Spy Chief Probed Over Elections

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Bucharest | 10 December 2009 |

A parliamentary committee has questioned the chief of one of Romania's secret services over allegations that his agency was involved in alleged fraud in Sunday's presidential elections. The opposition Social Democrats alledge that Marcel Opris provided a software to the Liberal Democrats, who support President Traian Basescu, that enabled them to access voting figures data. Opris has denied the allegations and on Thursday called them "a grave attack on the agency", which monitors all telecommunication networks for the president, government, parliament and top judges, according to media. Romania's opposition is contesting the outcome Sunday's presidential run-off elections, claiming fraud, and has filed a complaint to the Constitutional Court.

Basescu narrowly defeated the opposition leader Mircea Geoana in Sunday's presidential runoff. The vote gave Basescu 50.3 per cent against Geoana's 49.7 per cent. The poll outcome was a reversal of earlier exit polls Sunday night that showed Geoana in the lead, again by less than one percent. The Constitutional Court on Thursday started legal procedures. A Constitutional Court judge said that it will take "one to three days to reach a conclusion and communicate it". Geoana has said he will respect the court ruling but has refused to work with Basescu afterwards. Social Democrats claim there was a suspiciously high number of voided ballot papers, and accused Basescu of organising "massive electoral tourism" by transporting people between polling stations to vote several times in different locations.

The claims, together with Basescu's victory, will undoubtedly prolong Romania's political crisis and affect its relations with its creditors. Traian Basescu has been unable to oversee the appointment of a new government since October, when the government headed by current caretaker Prime Minister Emic Boc, collapsed. Opposition parties in parliament have refused to approve Basescu's two subsequent nominations for the role of prime minister. The political impasse prompted the International Monetary Fund to suspend the disbursement of further tranches of a EUR20 billion loan, which is dependent on the government pushing through unpopular budget cuts, and cutting the size of state administration.
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