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Romanian ex-minister claims are “blatant deviation,” Ukraine’s Embassy in Romania declared

Embassy of Ukraine in Romania replied to Romanian ex-minister Andrei Marga advocating for division of Ukraine:
“We regret that the former minister Andrei Marga of a European and democratic state makes statements that question the basic principles of international law, in particular the inviolability of borders. Ensuring full respect for these principles is the basis of security and stability on the continent.
Such statements are unacceptable under any circumstances. They represent a particularly blatant deviation at a time when Ukraine heroically defends its independence and the security of Europe.”
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