Compania Roman Copper – cea care a castigat procesul de privatizare in cazul companiei Cupru Min a trimis un nou comunicat pentru a explica stadiul negocierilor din acest moment. Potrivit celor de la Roman Copper, privatizarea continua, intrucat inca de vineri si-au exprimat acordul pentru toate conditiile solicitate de statul roman. Potrivit ministrului economiei (inca) Lucian Bode, privatizarea a esuat.
Situatia de fapt este denumita de catre cei de la Roman Copper drept ”aparente neintelegeri”. Iata pasjul cheie al Comunicatului trimis la ora 19.50
Since Monday April 9, Roman Copper executives have asked to meet top Romanian government officials including Prime Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu and Minister of Economy Lucian Bode to clarify the circumstances and apparent misunderstandings that may have arisen from negotiations on the agreement to acquire Cupru Min on Friday, April 6. Roman Copper attaches great importance to having an opportunity to explain to Mr. Bode and Mr. Ungureanu the circumstances of the latest negotiations, especially as Mr. Bode did not take part in them directly. Roman Copper feels such an opportunity is also critical to the success of one of the most important privatizations in Romania this year.
In addition, Mr. Michael Williams, co-founder of McLeod-Williams Capital Corp., a Vancouver-based mineral exploration company, has been named Chairman of Roman Copper’s Board of Directors. Mr. Stacy Quinney, a venture partnership expert in Eastern Europe, has been appointed as Executive Vice-President of Roman Copper.