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Old March 27th, 2015, 12:19 AM   #7941
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Have you read the article? "The Netherlands opposes Romania’s Schengen accession". Again!

Please refer to wikipedia. Finland, the Netherlands and Germany didn't agree in the past.
Yes, I read the article and I don't think that Romania's accession should be blocked.
It seems that most of the the big work has been done.
And btw, are the Netherlands the only country to not accept Romania's application?
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Old March 27th, 2015, 01:57 PM   #7942
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They reject Romania 'by rotation'...
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Old March 27th, 2015, 03:50 PM   #7943
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They reject Romania 'by rotation'...
What exactly do you mean?
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Old March 27th, 2015, 04:58 PM   #7944
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Romania has been denied Schengen admission few times, so far.
Each time one or two West European countries has opposed Romanian admission, but clever enough to not be each time the same opposant.

In 2011, The Netherlands and Finland: http://www.euronews.com/2011/10/13/e...d-to-schengen/
In 2012, The Netherlands: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/20...hengen-future/
In 2013, Germany and Finland: http://www.economist.com/blogs/easte...romania-and-eu

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Old March 27th, 2015, 05:20 PM   #7945
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There is a widespread sentiment in western Europe that Romania and Bulgaria joined the EU far too soon. As a result, euro-sceptic parties gained significant support in some countries, leading some governments to deny the entry of Romania and Bulgaria into Schengen.

Romanian and Bulgarian workers can now apply for jobs in the Netherlands without much hassle. They feared a 'tsunami of Romanians', but in reality only a few thousand came and many already left because of the high cost of living here. It is often stated that Romanians are not willing to work hard and long hours like Polish workers do.
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Old March 27th, 2015, 07:57 PM   #7946
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I can imagine that a new Romanian government after the next parliamentary elections can build more confidence than the current prime minister with his entourage does.
So far, the EUropean Commission stated that RO & BG should enter simultaneously the Schengen area. As long as the political situation in BG isn't giving much confidence either, Schengen accession is vein postponed.
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Old March 28th, 2015, 04:53 PM   #7947
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I have a few questions:
Do you already see the progress of construction work on the border terminal in Nadlac? 4 months is not enough time (15th of July).
Is this terminal will be shared border checks Romania and Hungary?

There were opinions that opened earlier part of the A1 (Lugoj-Topolovatu Mare)?
From what I read it apparently gave up and they open up a whole - Timisoara East - Lugoj. Is this true?
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Old March 28th, 2015, 05:21 PM   #7948
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Romania has been denied Schengen admission few times, so far.
Each time one or two West European countries has opposed Romanian admission, but clever enough to not be each time the same opposant.

In 2011, The Netherlands and Finland: http://www.euronews.com/2011/10/13/e...d-to-schengen/
In 2012, The Netherlands: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/20...hengen-future/
In 2013, Germany and Finland: http://www.economist.com/blogs/easte...romania-and-eu

Maybe Romania needs preparation to ensure a perfect security for the Schengen area. If Romania joins Schengen, the outside border to control rigorously will be more than 6 times bigger than the actual HU-RO border...

Maybe these countries fear that Romania is not yet ready for this...

For myself it would be great (would be faster to go in Hungary from Romania ), and I don't fear that will make large population movements as some seems to be feared, for me as romanians can already go where they want in Europe I don't see why there would be any problem...
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Old March 28th, 2015, 09:08 PM   #7949
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Maybe Romania needs preparation to ensure a perfect security for the Schengen area. If Romania joins Schengen, the outside border to control rigorously will be more than 6 times bigger than the actual HU-RO border...
Maybe these countries fear that Romania is not yet ready for this...
I don't think so. Just read the articles....
The 2013 link is broken, I quote the 2012 article

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Some Schengen members (e.g. France) have repeatedly moaned about the regime’s (alleged) shortcomings and called for its reform and renewal.
Despite having met the necessary legal and technical requirements (at least according to the EU experts who have evaluated their bid), their membership is still pending. The main bone of contention is well known: it is the mistrust of some Member States, the most vocal are the Netherlands, over the candidates’ capacities upholding Schengen’s standards.
Particularly problematic in the Dutch eyes is the persistent high levels of corruption and organized crime in the two South-Eastern European countries; phenomena which are believed to affect their ability to manage what would become de facto Europe’s borders. The degree to which Romania and Bulgaria have made actual progress towards overcoming these problems is a matter of debate.
I think the only reason is paranoia......... Or they think it's the only way to put pressure on RO and BG to force them fixing other "Non-Schengen" problems.........
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Old March 28th, 2015, 11:33 PM   #7950
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I see, yes, it's true, they probably want Romania to act on non-Schengen problems maybe it's a way of pressure...
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Old March 29th, 2015, 12:06 AM   #7951
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seems that A6 Lugoj- Calafat has to be included within the priorities which is not the case with other projects e.g. Pitesti- Craiova. What do you say Le Clerk?

http://www.tion.ro/comisia-europeana...-banat/1518691
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Old March 29th, 2015, 10:49 AM   #7952
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I have a few questions:
Is this terminal will be shared border checks Romania and Hungary?
yes, will be shared. Roumania will build this border check infrastructure and Hungary will build the one near Bors / Oradea between hungarian M4 and roumanian A3.

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There were opinions that opened earlier part of the A1 (Lugoj-Topolovatu Mare)?
From what I read it apparently gave up and they open up a whole - Timisoara East - Lugoj. Is this true?
Yes, it's true. We are expecting a full opening between Timisoara East and Lugoj later this year. Maybe togheter with that border check and the missing part between Pecica and Arad (10 km)
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Old March 29th, 2015, 01:21 PM   #7953
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seems that A6 Lugoj- Calafat has to be included within the priorities which is not the case with other projects e.g. Pitesti- Craiova. What do you say Le Clerk?

http://www.tion.ro/comisia-europeana...-banat/1518691
Yes. Looks like a Serbia bypass .
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Old April 1st, 2015, 12:27 PM   #7954
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seems that A6 Lugoj- Calafat has to be included within the priorities which is not the case with other projects e.g. Pitesti- Craiova. What do you say Le Clerk?

http://www.tion.ro/comisia-europeana...-banat/1518691
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CNADNR signed the contract for the construction of Bacau by-pass (30,7 km) for RON 400 m (~EUR 90 m).
16 km are at motorway standard, but built at half profile.

This is the first contract awarded on the future A7, connecting Bucharest and Iasi.

http://m.zf.ro/business-construct/du...aului-14098510
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seems that A6 Lugoj- Calafat has to be included within the priorities which is not the case with other projects e.g. Pitesti- Craiova. What do you say Le Clerk?

http://www.tion.ro/comisia-europeana...-banat/1518691
Edit: I say they (the EC) should give us more money and finance it 100% (and not 85%). I am fed up with their priorities which do not comply at all with Romania's priorities, yet which we need to fund.
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CNADNR signed the contract for the construction of Bacau by-pass (30,7 km) for RON 400 m (~EUR 90 m).
16 km are at motorway standard, but built at half profile.

This is the first contract awarded on the future A7, connecting Bucharest and Iasi.

http://m.zf.ro/business-construct/du...aului-14098510
Is it a construction contract only or Design & Build? Any info about deadline, construction begin etcetera?
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Design&Build.

This is a map of the projected road. The eastern side will be part of A7, but it will only be build half-profile as 1+2.

There will be 2 conection roads, one on the northern side, one on the SW side of the town.
24 months for construction, 24 months for warranty.

More info, in roumanian here.
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Old April 2nd, 2015, 12:43 AM   #7959
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Edit: I say they (the EC) should give us more money and finance it 100% (and not 85%). I am fed up with their priorities which do not comply at all with Romania's priorities, yet which we need to fund.
I do not think the problem sits within EC.
I guess Romania does not have a clear picture of long term plan for motorways or Romania is not able to communicate the plan in the right way.
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Old April 2nd, 2015, 09:06 AM   #7960
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I guess Romania does not have a clear picture of long term plan for motorways or Romania is not able to communicate the plan in the right way.
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