Central European Morning Report: "Government Recognition and Sports Controversy Highlighted in Recent Events"

Central European Morning Report: "Government Recognition and Sports Controversy Highlighted in Recent Events"

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Romanian Prime Minister Meets Winning Team of Experts in Roşia Montană Case: Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu meets with the team of experts and lawyers involved in winning the Roşia Montană case at the Victoria Palace on Thursday.

Earlier this week, Ciolacu announced that he would invite to the Government the entire team of Romanian lawyers, jurists, and specialists who won the Roşia Montană case, to convey a message of gratitude from all Romanians.

"I will invite to the Government the entire team of Romanian lawyers, jurists, and specialists who won the Roşia Montană case, to convey a message of gratitude from all Romanians! They are the ones who have shown us what it truly means to 'Save Romania!'" wrote the Prime Minister on his Facebook page on Monday.

Last Friday, the Government informed that Romania has won the Roşia Montană case, judged at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in Washington, against Gabriel Resources company.

Controversy Erupts as Sarajevo vs. Borac Cup Match Halted Due to Referee Dispute: The return leg of the quarterfinals of the Bosnian Cup between Sarajevo and Borac was interrupted at Koševo Stadium in the second minute of stoppage time, after Sarajevo players and coaching staff, dissatisfied with the refereeing decisions throughout the match, left the field. The match was halted with the Banja Luka team leading 2-1.

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