George Maior, Head of the Romanian Intelligence service (SRI), stated Tuesday in the Parliament Plenum, where SRI’s activity reports dating back from 2007 until 2012 were discussed, that Romania’s security is good, and if mistakes did occur, he takes responsibility for them, adding that the Service had a “neutral” position. “We do not have immunity and are responsible for our actions before the law. Mistakes have a very dear price and many consequences,” he said. Maior also stated that 99 per cent of the Service archives were handed over to CNSAS and today “The Service has severed all ties with certain aspects of the past” related to the former Securitate. The remaining 0.1 per cent of the archives is currently being assessed, and based on its relevance to the external relations strategic plan of Romania, a decision will be made as to whether these last archives and files archives will be handed over to the Council,” George Maior told the MPs.