PSD chief Geoana: ‘Romania should not have a cold and hostile relationship with Moldova’

Chief of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), in the ruling coalition, Mircea Geoana said on Sunday at Fancel, Mures County, that ‘there is an utterly glacial relationship between Romania and the Republic of Moldova.’

‘This is unacceptable, no matter how much we were provoked by the communist regime over there, which seems headed for the dust bin of the history, which is a good thing. Romania cannot have such a cold and hostile relationship with the country that is the closest to us in whole Europe. Romania has the worst of its relations with Moldova, which is quite unnatural,’ said Geoana.

He added that the ‘destiny of Moldova and the destiny of Romania is one among many questions.’
‘Romania’s design is obviously to integrate the two countries under the European cupola. This is a more realistic project and which can obviously be built, especially because this alliance in Moldova made up of pro-democracy, pro-European forces and, I dare say more pro-Romania, is a good thing,’ said Geoana.


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