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BUCHAREST, December 16 (Itar-Tass) —— Romania’s President Traian Basescu on Thursday gave the final approval to build a missile interceptor site in the country as part of the U.S. missile shield which Russia objects.
Basescu signed into law the agreement reached between the United States and Romania in September to deploy the interceptors at the Deveselu air base near the border with Bulgaria by 2015. Romania’s parliament approved the deal earlier this month.