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February 4, 2023

Jews in Romania call for support in Schengen accession

The deputy Aurel Vainer, the representative of the Romanian Jewish Communities’ Federation, announced, yesterday, that the Jewish organizations in Romania had called on twin Jewish organizations in Europe and embassies of European countries to Bucharest to support Romania’s accession to the Schengen Area, as early as the first half of 2011. He explains, in a release, that the message was forwarded to the Jewish World Congress, the Jewish European Congress, the European Jewish Communities’ Council and every Jewish national organization in the European countries. The message states that Romania’s Schengen accession is a matter of crucial importance, as regards economic and social progress, the promotion and consolidation of democracy, the free circulation of goods, capital and people.

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