28 Jan '11, 10am

DTN Singapore: S'pore MFA says \"obliged to respect\" ruling on Ionescu: SINGAPORE : Singapore's Ministry of For...

SINGAPORE : Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has said it is "obliged to respect" the Romanian court's decision to allow former diplomat Silviu Ionescu to travel outside the capital Bucharest. Responding to media queries, the ministry noted that the court has imposed a number of supplementary obligations and that the Prosecution Office has a right of appeal against the decision. MFA said it awaits the decision of the prosecution. Ionescu had said that as a business consultant, he needed to travel out of Bucharest. The former diplomat faces trial for causing the death of a pedestrian in Singapore in December 2009. He has also been charged with causing physical injuries and making false statements. His next court date is on March 9.

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