Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

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For the similarly named Ministry in British Columbia, Canada, see Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. For Ministries of transport or infrastructure in other countries, see List of public works ministries.
Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure
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Coat of arms of Romania
Incumbent
Relu Fenechiu (PNL)

since December 2012
Website www.mt.ro

The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of Romania (Romanian: Ministerul Transportutilor și Infrastructurii) is one of the fifteen ministries of the Government of Romania.[1]

Before December 2008, the Ministry was simply known as the "Ministry of Transport".

The current Minister is Ioan Rus. Former Minister Relu Frenechiu was imprisoned in 2013 for corruption.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact Us." Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure. Retrieved on 31 December 2010. "Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Housing 38, Bvd. Dinicu Golescu Sector 1 Bucharest Romania." Address in Romanian: "Bulevardul Dinicu Golescu nr. 38 Sector 1 Cod poştal 010873 Bucuresti Romania."

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