Law Enforcement, Romania
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Each Legal Attache (Legat) represents the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and protects the interests of the Bureau. The FBI responds to domestic and extraterritorial needs as effectively as possible. This is accomplished through partnerships and cooperation with Romanian and Moldovan law enforcement agencies on every level. FBI agents overseas do not have arrest power or the power to serve subpoenas in connection to conducting investigations without the approval of the host Government. Legats are responsive to the U.S. Ambassador. Officially, the FBI Legat office was opened August 24, 2000. Legat Bucharest has territorial responsibility for Romania and Moldova. The Legal Attache office consists of a Legat, an Assistant Legat, and an Office Assistant. The FBI also has an Advisor to the Romanian Human Trafficking Task Force.

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