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RADOR: News from Romania, 00-10-30

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

October 30, 2000


CONTENTS

  • [01] Romanian chartered engineers to work for the modernization of the British rail roads
  • [02] Hungarian State sues the AURUL Company of the town of Baia Mare <LI.Programme of the World Bank of closing down several mining units in the Jiu Valley
  • [03] International research project which is applied at Baia Mare
  • [04] CALENDAR

  • [01] Romanian chartered engineers to work for the modernization of the British rail roads

    RAILTRACK which is administering the British Rail Roads is hiring 14 Romanian chartered engineers who will work for the modernization of the rail roads of the British Isles following the rather numerous accidents that happened of late. Hiring has been made by the Scotish company FIRST ENGINEERING which will take care of the modernization of the lighting and signaling system from Sctoland to North Western England.

    [02] Hungarian State sues the AURUL Company of the town of Baia Mare

    The Government Commissioner Janos Gonczi who is quoted by the MTI Agency and then by RADIO ROMANIA ACTUALITATI said the Hungarian state sues AURUL Company of the town of Baia Mare for very serious polluting action. The Hungarian official added that both Budapest and Bucharest agreed on designating the very dangerous areas pollution-wise.

    [03] Programme of the World Bank of closing down several mining units in the Jiu Valley

    The coordinator of programmes of the World Bank, Enis Denny, visited the Jiu Valley and came up with the conclusion that several more programmes are needed to solve the social issues which might become problems after the mines there are closed down. The programme in question is worth 60 million USD of which 15 are supplied by the Government of Romania and the rest by the World Bank and Mr. Denny said, as quoted before, that the Jiu Valley needs several other programmes for its economic relaunching.

    [04] International research project which is applied at Baia Mare

    An international project which is financed by the European Union started being applied at Baia Mare on the theme of investigating the risks of poisoning water courses with gold cyanide as well as its risks for Central Asia and Central Europe. The projects lasts for three years and it implies institutes of medicine, public health and hygiene of the environment of Germany, England, Russia, Khazachstan, Kirghistan and Romania. The guests also visited while in the town of Baia Mare the AURUL Company which was involved in spilling cyanide in the water courses near the site of the company earlier this year.

    [05] CALENDAR

    Session of the Permanent Bureau of the Chamber of Deputies.

    A delegation representing the Government of Romania led by Mr. Ungureanu who is secretary of state with the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Romania are in Budapest, Hungary, in the interval 30 Oct. - 4 Nov. for the 46 - th annual session of A T A - the Association of the Atlantic Treaty.

    Present at the session is the NATO secretary general George Robertson as well as foreign ministers of member states and other countries which are candidates to be admitted in the organization as well as from Austria which is a member of the Partnership for Peace.

    Eugen Dijmarescu, secretary of state with the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Romania, is now in Athens, Greece, for talks with the ad-interim foreign minister of the Hellenic Republic, Mrs. Elisabeta Papazi.

    The World Trade Center of Bucharest is hosting for three days the Arts Fair, opening is at 17:00 today.


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