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PM Tudose on Brussels news conference: I don't know who was supposed to be with me at day's end

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Prime Minister Mihai Tudose on Monday said, about criticisms that he held a news conference in Brussels without any other EU leaders besides him, that he didn't know who was supposed to be with him and the journalists.

"There have been [criticisms] that I was alone at a news conference, in the basement. The news conference was at the Mission [of Romania to Brussels], upstairs, and I don't know who else was supposed to be with me at the conference at the end of the day. This is how some understand to do politics. There I very firmly said that our goal is to make up for delays, to keep within the 3 percent deficit, even under 3 percent, to keep up our growth pace," the prime minister said after a meeting of the ruling coalition responding to statements by members of the National Liberal Party (PNL) on this topic.

Tudose underscored that he asked to be received in Brussels to clear up "certain things."

"The Liberals, in fact only one, said that I had been summoned. I haven't heard that I was summoned. If you see my statements there I even began by thanking for the celerity with which they received me. I requested to be received to clear up certain things," Tudose explained.

In respect of the criticisms that the fiscal-budget situation isn't very good, Tudose said: "It isn't very good, that is why there has been the Government change, it isn't good because of the execution level. The money hasn't been put to work in the economy, but we we keep unblocking amounts day by day."

Prime Minister Mihai Tudose paid a visit to Brussels last week to meet European officials.





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