The Supreme Defence Council (CSAT) approved Wednesday evening, at the conclusion of a meeting that lasted approximately two hours, a series of documents on maintaining a minimal reserves of crude oil and oil products. According to a communique issued by the Presidential Administration, CSAT adopted provisions of a draft law which sets the conditions for creating, maintaining, controlling and supervising a minimal reserve of crude oil and oil products, to be used in case of a major situation that would affect the supplying of the national market with crude and/or oil products. On the other hand, CSAT decided to postpone a decision on the establishment of an air capability for carrying out special flights, that should be placed under the authority of the Ministry of National Defence. CSAT also deferred the draft Strategy on the National security industry. ‘As far as the draft Strategy on the National security industry is concerned, the country’s Supreme Council for National Defence decided to defer the debate to the next CSAT session, after the strategy is approved in a meeting of the Government of Romania,’ the Presidential Administration informed.