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How Putin and Bush come to terms
Putin's attendance of the Bucharest summit depends greatly on the agreement that Georgia and Ukraine should proceed to accession to the North Atlantic Alliance. Otherwise Putin would have no reasons to show up in Bucharest next Friday, as one day before the Alliance would have expressed the intention to enlarge to the ex Soviet Union territory. Putin is organically linked to the Soviet Union: his grandfather was the cook of Leni and Stalin and his father...
Putin's last stand
On April 2-4, NATO will hold its biggest summit ever in Bucharest, the capital of its new member, Romania. Incredibly, NATO has invited its fiercest critic, Russian President Vladimir Putin, to attend. For the first time since 2002, he will. His presence is an embarrassment to NATO, but an even greater disgrace for Russia.
The two biggest issues in Bucharest will be whether to invite Albania, Croatia, and Macedonia to join NATO, and whether to offer applications...
The US President George W. Bush is to arrive to Romania today to attend the NATO summit in Bucharest due in April 2-4. According to the official website of Romanian Presidency, the US President is to be accompanied by Laura Bush. According to the schedule announced by the White House officials, Bush is due to get to Romania today after paying a visit to Ukraine.
In the morning of April 2 the White House leader is to deliver a speech in the Romanian Savings Bank, Bucharest,...
New Moldovan PM wants "constructive relations" with Romania
The new government recently established in Chishinau under the rule of PM Zinaida Grecianii pursues better terms with Romania and the EU. On the other hand, the Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin has continued to get closer to Moscow officials. According to the Russian press, during the NATO summit in Bucharest President Vladimir Putin may even sign an agreement to reinterate the separatist region called Transdniestria in the Moldovan...
President ruined SRI watch mission
The SRI (Romanian Secret Service) failed a watch mission and one under cover oficer was unmasked because of the President of Romania Traian Basescu. As known, last Sunday afternoon he was involved in a minor car crash taking place in front of the Bucharest Citu Hall building. According to the Bucharest police, the car driven by the Romanian President hit a Dacia car from behind and the latter bumped into another car. The police has also announced the President...
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Minister Cioroianu at war with Presidency
In a recent TV show Romania's foreign minister Adrian Cioroianu defended himself for the blunders he had been accused of, claiming he was the victim of a campaign coordinated from Cotroceni Palace. The minister said was ceaselessly under attack because of his refusal to join the PD-L (Democrat-Liberal Party).
"It is about things obviously made up for certain reasons. There is no doubt about it. When I accompany the President, I usually...
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Car fee new version released
The Romanian government released yesterday the third version of the first car matriculation fee. And the Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu admitted in front of journalists that apart from environment protection, the fee also had social and economic aspects at stake.
The PM told the ministers attending the meeting: "We wouldn't want to sabbotage our own efforts for economic growth and development, with the car industry growing more and more important....
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