Prime Minister Mihai Tudose ordered his Control Body to check the national air transporter TAROM and the National Investment Company (CNI), as of Monday, governmental sources told AGERPRES on Sunday.
According to the same sources, the Premier was on Sunday at the Victoria governmental Palace to talk about kicking off the two checks.
Some foreign companies would like for Tarom to vanish, since its assets are tempting, and the national company has no legal advisers, the audit (the Court of Accounts – editor’s note) has sued the company and we are “on a battlefield, with no weaponry and with the sun in our eyes,” on Sunday said in a phone call to the Digi24 private broadcaster the managing director of Tarom, Eugen Davidoiu.
“If I left the company I don’t know how many will be capable to strive with all these interest groups I’ve found here. I’m only one man against so many inside and outside interests. The company is in the red for 10 years now, hundreds of millions of Euros are lost. There are intel services that should know what foreign companies want for Tarom to disappear, we should look into those behind the private companies operating in Romania, why the company’s assets are tempting,” the Tarom head said.
He added that Tarom doesn’t even have legal advisers anymore since the former management slashed the staff.