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RADOR: News from Romania, 00-02-03

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From: RADOR Press Agency <http://indis.ici.ro/romania/news/rador.html>

February 3, 2000


CONTENTS

  • [01] The President of Romania met with the Prime Minister
  • [02] Prime Minister Isarescu presented the strategy for Romania's development on a medium term
  • [03] Press Conference of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Petre Roman
  • [04] Romania wishes to conclude partnership with Bulgaria
  • [05] Follow-ups of the strike of Hungarian railroad men

  • [01] The President of Romania met with the Prime Minister

    The President of Romania received Prime Minister Isarescu for the preparation of today's cabinet meeting. Spokesman of the presidency Rasvan Popescu was quoted by RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI mentioning that the President and the Prime Minister discussed the medium term strategy up to the year 2004 and the budget for the current year. Other issues of European interest and also pertaining to Romania's accession to the European Union were also discussed. RADOR

    [02] Prime Minister Isarescu presented the strategy for Romania's development on a medium term

    As part of an address which was broadcast by RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI last night Prime Minister Isarescu said the programme for Romania's medium term development is a premise for Romania's accession to the European Union. Among other things the Prime Minister said the following: "Among the exigencies which we learn is also that inflation could not bring about any economic increase. Medium term strategy asks for a consistent effort to rapidly cut down inflation from 27 per cent gradually so that starting with the year 2003 we could compute inflation rates in one digit figures.We will have to give up activity of some of our industrial sectors while we upgrade and develop activity in some others. Most decisive will be both the market as well as the decisions of the government depending of exigencies of European integration and resources which we have". The Prime Minister was quoted by RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI with the following:" We will no longer accept a budget deficit bigger than three per cent of the Gross Industrial Product which is also the highest ceiling which the European Union accepts. The present strategy is also a solid basis for a continuous line of ruling action which should not suffer alterations due to electoral dynamics or possible future reshuffles and changes of cabinet". RADOR

    [03] Press Conference of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Petre Roman

    State Minister, minister of foreign affairs Petre Roman had a press conference on Wednesday devoted to his visits to the United States and France, to his future visit to Portugal as well as regarding the agenda of the European Union, RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI informs. In as far as his Washington visit was concerned Petre Roman said both the Romanian Prime Minister and he himself will be very busy with the increase of the activity of United States businesses in Romania. With regard to his French intercourse in Paris with high officials of the host country Mr. Roman said that a team of experts of that country will offer assistance to Romania with a view to successfully cover the first stage of the negociations for accession to the European Union. In two days' time Mr. Roman leaves for Portugal for talks with the foreign minister of that country, Mr. Jaime Gama, as Portugal is holding chairmanship of the European Union for this semester. RADOR

    [04] Romania wishes to conclude partnership with Bulgaria

    As part of the same press conference Petre Roman said Romania wishes to conclude partnership with Bulgaria with a view to expand Euroatlantic integration. The Romanian foreign minister said he knew information system at the Bulgarian borders is more advanced that the Romanian ones and he added that the Government in Bucharest is working on a system for generally improving security and information of the Romanian borders. No visa will be necessary for the citizens of the Republic of Moldova while the regime of frontiers will be examined in the context of the obligations which Romania assumes in the European context, RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI informs. RADOR

    [05] Follow-ups of the strike of Hungarian railroad men

    70 goods carriages with the destination Belgium, Sweden, France and Hungary are stationed at Episcopia Bihorului, Romania. Correspondents of RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI reported that trains to Hungary no longer roll to that country. RADOR


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