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Romania's defense minister Mircea Dusa said Tuesday that US plans to deploy anti-missile interceptors in his country are going ahead and will be completed in 2015, AP reported.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel last week announced that plans to place long-range missile interceptors in the final stage of its European system are being abandoned. US officials have stressed they will deploy shorter-range missiles to Poland and Romania.
"I have very serious assurances from the American side that the investment in Romania will continue," and interceptors will be deployed in 2015, Dusa said. "Our military cooperation (with the U.S.) since we joined NATO is an exceptional one."
He said the changes in the defense system plans were caused by spending cuts, not political considerations. "There is a worldwide problem with the economic crisis and in 2013 very many states are spending less on their defense budgets," he told the AP.
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