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SRI: One Kurd citizen of terrorist organization, which he funded from Romania, declared undesirable

A Kurd citizen, member of the branch in Romania of the Kurdistan People's Congress terrorist organization, was declared undesirable by the Court of Appeal of Bucharest for a ten year period, after the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) documented the activity of the individual who had the purpose of funding the terrorist organization he belonged to, SRI Spokesperson Sorin Sava told Agerpres.

The Kurd citizen had been under SRI surveillance for several years.

'SRI conducted the complex specific measures of documenting on the actions of a foreign citizen of Kurdish nationality, an important member of the branch in Romania of the terrorist organization Kurdistan People's Congress, former PKK. From the data and information obtained by SRI it was certainly established that during his stay in Romania, starting with 2012, the person in question was involved in committing deeds considered as threats to the national security. Following the measures taken, it resulted that this citizen acted mainly on the line of ensuring funding for the aforementioned terrorist organization, operating in this respect a complex mechanism of funds collection and sending. As you very well know, our country has committed to forbid the activities of supplying terrorist organizations with funds, goods and any economic and financial service resources facilitating the terrorism funding,' Sava said.

He mentioned that SRI supported in court the citizen being declared undesirable.

'The Bucharest Court of Appeal on February 7 decided to declare him undesirable in Romania for a ten-year period,' Sava added.