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May 24, 2022
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SRI seeks the expulsion of eight Palestinians accused of terrorism

The Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) asked prosecutors to start a case in order for a court to declare as undesirable eight Palestinians suspected of having conducted subversive activities in favour of international terrorist groups. Based on information received from the SRI, the prosecutors of the Bucharest Court of Appeals asked the court to declare as undesirable (persona non gratae) for a 15-year period, eight persons from the Middle East, suspected of conducting subversive actions in favour of terrorist groups, according to a press release issued by the prosecutor’s office of the Bucharest. SRI spokesman Sorin Sava said Friday, for Mediafax, that SRI wants the eight Palestinians expelled from Romania. The suspects have relations with international terrorist organisations and planned to form a support structure in Romania for the migration of some members of these organisations. Sava added that the effective expulsion measures will be taken by the Ministry of Interior as soon as the court verdict is declared final. During April-August 2012, the eight suspects verified the possibility of setting up in Romania possible support structures for illegal migration activities that could have been accessed by the members of international terrorist organisations.

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