Romanian Senate head accuses US ambassador to Chisinau of "actualizing Stalin’s policies"

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The speaker of the Romanian Senate, Calin Popescu-Terichan, pointed out the United States. The senator was angry that the American ambassador to Chisinau, James Pettit, declared Moldova an independent state. According to the American ambassador, Moldova has sovereignty, and he personally opposes Moldavia to merge into Romania.

Pettita quotes "Satellite. Moldavia:



Moldova is not Romania. The country has its own story and their own challenges, including the fact that the republic is a multi-ethnic country, with people who speak different languages. There is a Transnistrian problem. Transnistria is not under the control of the central government, it needs a special status, but this status must be within the framework of the Republic of Moldova.


Romanian Edition Aggerpress writes that Popesku-Terichanu demanded from the American authorities "additional explanations" of the words of Pettit.

From the statement of the Romanian senator:
I was surprised and worried about the statement made by the US Ambassador to Chisinau, James Pettit. Words uttered by a US diplomat require further clarification from the US authorities. I think that the US ambassador finds Stalin’s current policy, which, on the basis of the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in 1939, led to the rejection of a part of its territory from Romania.


Romanian Senate head accuses US ambassador to Chisinau of "actualizing Stalin’s policies"


It should be recalled that a number of representatives of the Moldovan authorities, including judges, have a passport of a Romanian citizen.
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  2. +12
    August 30 2016
    It would seem actually where does Stalin?
    1. +20
      August 30 2016
      All the same, Putin will be to blame.
      1. +7
        August 30 2016
        Tericanu demanded from the American authorities "additional clarification" of Pettit's words

        How stupid he is, this representative of the government, who does not know the laws of his own country, if he requires further clarification. The whole world recognized the autonomy of Transnistria as part of Moldova. Because it is written in the peace agreement between Tiraspol and Chisinau. The same agreement says that if Moldova decides to join another country (Romania), Transnistria will have the right to self-determination as an independent state.
        1. 0
          August 30 2016
          What stupid he is, this representative of power, who does not know the laws own country

          He is the representative of the authorities of ROMANIA, not Moldova. Secondly, there is no agreement between Chisinau and Tiraspol
          that if Moldova decides to join another country (Romania), Transnistria will have the right to self-determination as an independent state
          .
          And the PMR autonomy as part of the RM-NOT exists, thirdly.

          It can be added that the mass of Moldovan unionist politicians is furious from the position of the Amer ambassador laughing

          You can also add that the amersky d.urachok simply does not know either history or politics and wanted "what's best" (who, it would seem, is against independence?) And did it. Yes
          Will play back soon. Yes
      2. +1
        August 30 2016
        They miss Stalin, they miss him ...
        1. 0
          August 31 2016
          Yes, they cut off their heads and the whole business. Yes dog with them!
          Ivan Vasilievich
    2. +6
      August 30 2016
      The American comrades from the Washington Regional Committee acknowledged that Comrade Stalin’s policy regarding Romania and Bessarabia is still relevant today, for it is true.
    3. 0
      August 30 2016
      Well, you have to scare .. Only whom? Americans? By the fact that their ambassador said the obvious (probably he was surprised) His gypsies? Those on the drum. Just another bunch.
  3. +5
    August 30 2016
    Wow, even here Stalin is to blame.
  4. +10
    August 30 2016
    Stalin would be very surprised to find out that some Romanian compares him to some ambassador to Moldova.
  5. +5
    August 30 2016
    Do they even consider unfortunate Moldova theirs? The Russian-speaking population is slowly ticking from Moldova (I know for sure, I am familiar with several), but is Transnistria? Yes, the whole Romanian army, in spite of the NATO status, will NOT be able to do ANYTHING with it. I really want the Gypsy country to GIVE UP, trying to swallow Moldova. Here the ambassador of Matrasia understands this, and Gypsies - just to steal ...
    1. +5
      August 30 2016
      Yes, in 1992, dummies already tried to scam the former Moldavian SSR.
      But they heard in response the words of the commander of the 14th Army A.I. Lebed:
      "- I will have breakfast in Tiraspol, dine in Kishinev,
      I'll have dinner in Bucharest! "
      1. +7
        August 30 2016
        General Swan is not a sin to remember. It is a pity that he got into this political swamp ...
  6. Zus
    +3
    August 30 2016
    Ukraine is not Russia, Moldova is not Romania, Texas is not the USA!
  7. +8
    August 30 2016
    In general, the Turks have more reasons to be offended; Modavia was a part of the Ottoman Empire longer. And the words of Romania until the end of the 19th century did not invent at all, and Romania acquired a lot of its lands only thanks to the Russian Empire. As they say, learn materiel, comrades Romanians. Yes
    1. +1
      August 30 2016
      Vladimir "yes, and Romania acquired a lot of its lands only thanks to the Russian Empire."

      Exactly: only thanks to the Russian Empire!
      1. 0
        August 30 2016
        Add:
        From the Prut campaign of Peter I and the entire 1th century, RI wrested Bessarabia and future Romania from the clutches of the "Sublime Port". Bessarabia as a part of the Russian Empire took place much earlier than Romania. About Moldova: "Sfatul Tarii" (Regional Council) of the Moldavian Democratic Republic voted to join Romania in the spring of 19. Pro-Romanian nationalists caved in before the miscarriage of the Hohenzolerns.
  8. +4
    August 30 2016
    Popescu-Tericana demanded from the American authorities “additional clarifications” of Pettit’s words.


    The Romanians did not have time to get the atomic bombs, as they were already wispy. So bombs can be taken back.
  9. 0
    August 30 2016
    Popescu-Tericana demanded from the American authorities “additional clarifications” of Pettit’s words.

    Yes, the American authorities are probably not in the subject of what he said there. And they have already delivered rockets and it’s violet to them for all gypsy offenses.
  10. +4
    August 30 2016
    63 years have passed, and all Stalin, but Stalin. In eastern Europe, the root of all misfortunes is Putin and Stalin. By and large, already do not care who they blame there for their troubles. There was nothing to drop the soap in the EU prison.
  11. +1
    August 30 2016
    [quote The head of the Romanian Senate accused the American ambassador in Chisinau of "updating Stalin's policy"] [/ quote] And Romania thought that she was so powerful and her opinion would be reckoned with. Dreaming, gypsies.
  12. +7
    August 30 2016
    The former satellite of fascist Germany would be silent, like that cow. Otherwise, it should be recalled that the "valiant warriors" skedaddle from the Red Army.
  13. 0
    August 30 2016
    Gentlemen with a heightened sense of sovereignty see a parallel with the policy of J.V. Stalin in the fact that Stalin de signed a document on the rejection of part of something from something (deliberately without details), well, the ambassador allows himself to reject Moldova from Romania a priori. And the fact that Moldova, at least for today, is a sovereign state of Mr. "Great Romanian" is not very worried.
  14. +1
    August 30 2016
    Nothing, nothing, we'll wait. As soon as they begin to make territorial claims, all and sundry in the form of different "Romanians", to the former republics of the USSR, we'll see who you crawl to for help ...
  15. +1
    August 30 2016
    and gypsies there too ... the great operetta state
    1. 0
      August 30 2016
      In general, it is worth recalling that most Romanians can not stand gypsies.))
  16. 0
    August 30 2016
    Is there a senate in Romania?
  17. 0
    August 30 2016
    Amerikosam generally not profitable any union of countries. It was not in vain that Yugoslavia was bombed and fragmented. Here comes such statements. Though they recognize, if only they would not unite (even Stalin and the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact)
  18. 0
    August 30 2016
    What are the clarifications? To the barrier!
    How's the Ameri missile defense there?
  19. +1
    August 30 2016
    Quote: afrikanez
    Amerikosam generally not profitable any union of countries. It was not in vain that Yugoslavia was bombed and fragmented. Here comes such statements. Though they recognize, if only they would not unite (even Stalin and the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact)

    Not exactly. This is not about uniting countries, but about disassembling countries into parts. USSR, Yugoslavia, Libya, Africa, this is generally a song. What Ukraine and Syria will pour into is not yet clear, but the prospects are still those.
  20. 0
    August 30 2016
    But exactly the same parallel can be drawn with the rejection of part of its lands from Czechoslovakia on the basis of the Munich agreement.
    But NO, the enemies of the communists all the facts that they expose for the "crimes of communism", in all other cases, justify or "do not notice."
  21. 0
    August 30 2016
    What a mess?
    Who allowed this to bark at the owner?
    Since America said Moldova is sovereign, and Transnistria autonomy.! So be it!
    And do not you bark Romanians!
    You lost your rights to the harbor in the 1991 year when you jumped out of the Warsaw Pact. And in 2004 you were deprived of the right to vote! when they joined NATO.
    So the gentlemen of Romania - In Place!
  22. +1
    August 30 2016
    Oh, how the cesspoolman burst! fellow
  23. +2
    August 30 2016
    Romanians accuse the American of Stalinism. We live in an interesting time ...
  24. 0
    August 30 2016
    Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
    Romanians accuse the American of Stalinism. We live in an interesting time ...

    Accusing the American of Stalinism is a big compliment for the American!
  25. 0
    August 30 2016
    Isn’t it so that Romania was formed during the Ottoman Empire, by the unification of Moldova and Wallachia?
  26. +1
    August 31 2016
    Curious; Stalin dragged on, and he substantiates his territorial claims with two periods of the occupation of Moldova, in the Hitler style (Austria is not a country - and Moldova is part of Romania). am
  27. 0
    August 31 2016
    Interesting - hot gypsy guys will fight?

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