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Sought for corruption in Romania, Necolaiciuc is doing well in US

Mihai Necolaiciuc, former manager of Romanian Railways Company SA (CFR), against whom charges were pressed in three files, has been, since February 2007, in USA, in Florida, where he owns two houses, according to the central newspaper “Cotidianul”. The Americans refuse to arrest and extradite him, in spite of the insistencies of the Romanian authorities, according to the newspaper.

Interpol Romania has the clear information based on which Necolaiciuc left Austria on February 8, 2007, to USA, after having received, from the American Embassy in Vienna, a six – month tourist visa. According to Interpol sources, on May 2, 2007, Necolaiciuc owned two houses in USA, more precisely in Florida, one in Palm Beach and another one in Boca Raton exclusive neighborhoods. In spite of several demands coming from Interpol Romania, the American counterparts American refused any dialogue. In addition, the newspaper sources from Interpol Romania affirm that Interpol Washington refused asking any request from Romania regarding Necolaiciuc. Necolaiciuc is one of the most sought after Romanian offenders. The main accusations refer to the fact that over 2000 – 2004, in his capacity as general manager, administrator and main credit applicant on behalf of CFR, made illegal expenditures, under the form of investments, at over-evaluated prices, prejudicing the company by more than old ROL 1,700 bln., which means nearly USD 85 M.

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