The Supreme Council of National Defence (CSAT) has discussed yesterday Romania’s position in the upcoming NATO 2014 Summit and the report regarding activities conducted and results obtained in the prevention and fight against tax evasion, Agerpres informs.The agenda also featured Romania’s participation in the future NATO mission in Afghanistan after 2014, the Romanian Armed Forces personnel available for participation in operations and missions abroad in 2015 and an analysis of possible worrying developments and threats to national security.The meeting was presided over by President Traian Basescu, head of the CSAT, and is attended by Prime Minister Victor Ponta, Minister of National Defence Mircea Dusa, Minister of Internal Affairs Gabriel Oprea, Minister of Foreign Affairs Titus Corlatean, Minister of Justice Robert Cazanciuc, Minister of Economy Constantin Nita, Minister of Public Finances Ioana Petrescu, Director of the Romanian Intelligence Service George Maior, Director of the Foreign Information Service Teodor Melescanu, head of the General Staff of the Romanian Army, Lieutenant-General Stefan Danila, as well as presidential adviser for national security Iulian Fota and the Council’s Secretary Ion Oprisor.
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