Defence Minister Mircea Dusa went to the Deveselu base yesterday where he stated that the works on the water and sewerage system were finalized and he will talk with Deputy Prime Minister Liviu Dragnea in order for approximately RON 4.5 M to be paid. Mircea Dusa met Deveselu Mayor Ion Aliman, discussing with him about the works taking place in the locality but also at the army base. Subsequently, Dusa checked the stage of construction works within the army base, being accompanied by Army representatives. The press was not given access. “I wanted to verify the stage of the works at the Deveselu base, as well as that of exterior works, those that were the task of the Deveselu local council. Within the base the works are already on schedule, both those done by the Romanian side as well as those done by the American side. I am talking about the works that concern the lighting system along the perimeter, the base security, as well as the pavilions that will house the soldiers on mission,” Dusa stated, being quoted by Mediafax.
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