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1.Sources: Barroso informed Romanian officials that they will not receive the agriculture portfolio European Commission President Barroso informed Romanian officials that Romania will not receive the agriculture portfolio, sources at Bucharest and Brussels declared for HotNews.ro. Romanian officials received very clear signs for a while now that Romania will not obtain such a big portfolio due to its irregularities in EU fund management and Justice. Until Thursday, Romanian officials continued to claim that Romania puts forward Dacian Ciolos as an option.
2.Romanian businessman Dinu Patriciu: we plan to invest in one or two emerging markets each year Dinu Patriciu and his Georgian associate Lado Gurgenidze announced on Tuesday in a press conference at Tbilisi that they purchased 91% of the Popular Bank. The two paid 15 million dollars and the investments represents the first move of the new investment fund Liberty, whose shareholders are Romanian businessman Dinu Patriciu and Gurgenidze. The Romanian businessman announced the intention of the new company to invest in one or two opportunities of this sort each year.
3.Romania's Foreign Affairs Ministry reacts to a Dutch document criticizing the lack of anti-corruption results: Diaconescu cancels a scheduled visit to Hague Romania's Foreign Affairs Ministry reacts to a Dutch document criticizing the lack of anti-corruption measures in Romania and its EU fund management and cancels a scheduled visit of the Romanian Foreign Minister to Hague. The reaction comes after the Dutch counterpart presented a document addressed to the Romanian House of Deputies by the Dutch European Affairs minister, Frans Timmermans, together with the Dutch Foreign Affairs minister, Maxime Verhagen and Dutch Justice minister Ernst Hirsch Ballineste.UPDATE: Political Sources declared for HotNews.ro that the decision to cancel the official visit to Netherlands was taken by the Foreign Affairs minister, Cristian Diaconescu, without prior consulting or informing President Basescu. According to them, such a decision cannot be taken without a prior consultation of the President and the Prime Minister.
4.European Commission to unlock 189 million euro in SAPARD funds / Funds should be spent by the end of 2009 The European Commission announced on Tuesday its decision to unlock some 189 million euro in SAPARD funds, Agriculture Commissioner spokesperson Michael Mann declared for HotNews.ro. The decision follows the action plan put forward by Romanian authorities after discovering major deficiencies in the program's management. Mann explained that the money need to be spent by the end of the year.


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