3 April 2002 BUCHAREST, 2 April (Ziarul Financiar)–The Romanian government [pledged to] start implementing a thorough NATO accession schedule, following several normative documents endorsed by Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase’s cabinet. The documents foresee the establishment of a National Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office and an interdiction against promoting the images of World War II-era war criminals. […]

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