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September 20, 2021

Patriciu: Rompetrol owes nothing to state

Every year, Petromidia has paid over EUR 1 bn in taxes and other dues to the Romanian state, ex Petrom Chairman Dinu Patriciu said, adding that he had understood that the company was supposed to pay EUR 600 M to the state, Realitatea.net informs. ‘The company owes nothing to the state, it is all pure fantasy. This asset freeze over this claimed debt is a bad joke, as it has no legal ground,’ Patriciu said.

The businessman has been contradicted by ANAF President Sorin Blejnar: ‘Those are clear, certain and real debts. Our intention is not to stop work at Petromidia, what we want is to collect the debt. The entire debt has to be converted into stock or they have to pay or they have to give all securities,’ Sorin Blejnar noted. Dinu Patriciu’s reply was that ‘nothing will be recovered because nothing exists.’

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