PM Tariceanu advises Italian govt ‘reason’ to keep bilateral relation unaffected
He added that Romanians' organised crime rings act hand in hand with local ones and that the Italian forces of order have tolerated this phenomenon.
'We are not only willing, we intend to ask for their permission to jointly act shoulder to shoulder. We want the Romanian police team to be integrated so as to take action on site,' said the Prime Minister.
'The right to free movement in Europe is one of the fundamental pillars of the European project and construction. We cannot agree with the infringement of the right to free movement, we must understand that this calls for the prompt, firm reaction of the authorities for observance of the right to free movement,' concluded PM Calin Popescu-Tariceanu.