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December 1, 2022

Lower costs on credits for police officers

In response to the police chiefs’ attempt to obtain a re-portioning of their subalterns’ loans, bank representatives are willing to renegotiate the terms of credit contracts with each and every law enforcer, “Evenimentul Zilei” reports. The decision was made following a weekend meeting between the inspector general Petre Toba and the chairman of the Romanian Banks’ Association (ARB), Radu Ghetea. “Following this meeting, the Romanian Police sent an address to ARB, to be forwarded to the commercial banks. (…) ARB supported the Romanian Police General Inspectorate in this endeavour, forwarding the request to the merchant banks. The initiative comes to the aid of police officers who are faced with difficulty in reimbursing credits,” representatives of the Police stated.

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