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September 19, 2019

Narcis Neaga resigns from office as head of CNAIR

General manager of the National Company for Road Infrastructure Administration (CNAIR) Narcis Neaga announced he decided, after discussing with the Chairman of the Board of Directors, to resign from office.

“Considering the importance of the road infrastructure development for the Romanian economy and the fact that, in order to successfully reach this objective we need good faith and unconditional collaboration of all the decision making factors in Romania, as well as after discussing this with the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Costin Mihalache, I decided to resign from office as General Manager of the CNAIR SA,” Neaga said in a press release of the road company.

He specified that he managed to launch projects worth almost 4 billion euros that will ensure the necessary development of a European economy in the following years.

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Monday asked the Minister of Transport, Razvan Cuc, to remove Narcis Neaga from office as interim general manager of the CNAIR, accusing unjustified delays and a bad management of the CNAIR in implementing road infrastructure projects.

On Tuesday, at the Government meeting, the Prime Minister asked again for the removal of the CNAIR head. According to her, the management of the National Company for Road Infrastructure Administration blocked with no justified reason the development of some projects.

Narcis Neaga took over the mandate of general manager of the CNAIR on May 12 2018, after the former head, Stefan Ionita, asked to be given back the office of manager of Division for Technical Matters and Quality.

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