Russian vice-PM Dmitry Rogozin proposes to the Romanian President and Prime Minister to celebrate on August 31 in Bucharest, 70 years since the “liberation of this city from the Romanian fascists,” in a new message posted in Russian on his Facebook account and quoted by Mediafax. “I propose to Mr. Basescu and Mr. Ponta to celebrate on August 31, 70 years since this city was liberated from the Romanian fascists,” wrote Rogozin on his Facebook account, referring to an article criticizing the “Russophobe” and belligerent attitude of Romania, published on the www.inosmi.ru website, affiliated to the official agency RIA Novosti. The article is initially published on the Terra.md website and claims that the Romanian politicians brought the country on the verge of a mass psychosis to drift the public’s attention away from the economic problems and in the context that the population does not believe in the bright European future of the country. A week ago, the Russian vice-PM wrote several provoking messages on Facebook and Twitter both in English and in Russian, against the Romanian officials, who did not allow his plane to return to Moscow through Romanian air space. Rogozin was turning back from Transndnestria where he participated on May 9 at the military parade organized on Victory’s Day against the Nazis.