Romanian ForMin: Hungary PM’s promotion of revisionist symbols in no way making bilateral relation more efficient

July 28, 2015 • English • Views: 1033

The Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry says that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s posting “revisionist symbols” on Facebook will in no way help the bilateral Romanian-Hungarian relation to become “more efficient”, as it breaks the provisions of the Treaty of Understanding, Cooperation and Good Neighbourliness forged by Romania and Hungary in 1996, as well as the Declaration on the Romanian-Hungarian cooperation and strategic partnership for 21st century Europe from 2002, transmits the Romanian news agency Agerpres.

“Unfortunately, barely a day since he called for pragmatism and pronounced for an ‘efficient’ Romanian-Hungarian relation, Hungarian Premier Viktor Orban has chosen to post images including symbols of Greater Hungary and Szeklers’ Land on his Facebook account. The promotion by the Hungarian premier personally of such revisionist symbols, that are completely unacceptable and running counter the spirit of the Treaty of Understanding, Cooperation and Good Neighbourliness forged by Romania and Hungary in 1996 as well as the Declaration on the Romanian-Hungarian cooperation and strategic partnership for 21st century Europe from 2002 and the constitutional order in Romania in no way contributes to making the Romanian-Hungarian relation ‘more efficient’ and to restoring a climate of confidence”, the ministry said in a post on its Facebook page on Sunday.

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FOTO: Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary

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