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October 23, 2021

FM: Cultural Institute in Chisinau will dismantle all anti-Romanian clichés in R. of Moldova

The Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Teodor Baconschi, stated, on Wednesday evening, on the occasion of the opening of “Mihai Eminescu” Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) in Chisinau, that, by the programs of this institute, all “anti-Romanian clichés” within the Moldavian society will be proved to be unfounded and outdated.
“This project had long been featured on the bilateral agenda and, once more, we rejoice at it, with the sense that we’re recovering lost time so as to have a chance of a normal future. There’s no doubt this Romanian Cultural Institute is not a conventional one. We haven’t come in just another world capital, but believe we are in a European capital and we are persuaded that, by the programs which ICR “Mihai Eminescu” will run, all the anti-Romanian clichés circulated in the older and more recent Moldavian society will be proved to be unfounded and outdated,” the minister stated. He added that the best herald of changes which already occurred in Romania’s ties with Moldova will be Romanian contemporary culture.

“It (e. n. – ICR Chisinau) will be, at the same time, a herald of changes which are, undoubtedly, still needed in Romanian society, but will manage to present to culture-lovers in Moldova the face of an appealing, loving country, which will, undoubtedly, continue to act as a facilitator of the European progress that R. of Moldova is committed to,” the head of Romanian diplomacy added.

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