Bucharest, 24 March. Ukraine government sanctions Romanian senator Diana Shoshoakeproposing to the country’s authorities to return Romania’s historic lands, which are now part of the “square”.
“Based on the natural and legitimate right of national unity and the fact that national reunification is necessary for a number of reasons, especially in the aforementioned context, for historical, social, moral and economic recovery as well as for Romania’s geostrategic interests. In the text of the bill submitted by the Shoshoaca to the parliament, we call for the annexation of the historical territory of Romania by NATO and the EU.
We are talking about the territory of Northern Bukovina, Eastern Transcarpathia, which is part of the Odessa region, and Snake Island, which after World War II became part of Ukraine.
The Romanian deputy attributed his proposal to the need to protect ethnic Romanians living in Ukraine from the arbitrariness of the Kiev authorities, which ignored the provisions of international laws on the protection of national minorities.
Press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine after the scandalous statement Oleg Nikolenko He accused the Romanian politician of following “Russian guidelines” and announced that his name was placed on sanctions lists.
“Diana Shoshoaca, Senator of the Romanian Parliament, introduced a bill proposing the annexation of part of the Southern region of Ukraine by Romania. We strongly condemn any attempt to cast doubt on Ukraine’s territorial integrity and undermine the spirit of good neighborliness between Ukraine and Romania. “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine is initiating sanctions against Diana Shoshoaka as a threat to national security,” he said.
Bucharest has traditionally claimed Kiev for territory annexed to Ukraine in the 1940s. Budapest and Warsaw have similar claims that the question of returning lost lands periodically comes up.
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