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August 5, 2021

BNR: Germany owes Romania no debt

The Senate turned down yesterday a proposal to set up a special commission that would have dealt with the issue of the debt that Germany allegedly owes Romania, after the National Bank of Romania (BNR) identified supplementary data that points out that such a debt does not exist, Mediafax informs. The draft was turned down with 65 votes against, 48 in favor and 3 abstentions. At the end of October the Senate’s leadership took note of a letter signed by economist Radu Golban, a letter pointing to the existence of a historic debt that Germany owes Romania, the members of the Permanent Bureau deciding to ask the Senate to set up a commission that would analyze the situation. As a consequence, the Senate asked “all state bodies, institutions and organizations to put at the commission’s disposal, within the deadline, any information and documents that may serve the commission’s purpose.”

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