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October 17, 2021

Corlatean condemns Italian local councilor attitude deeply offending Romanians

Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister Titus Corlatean said on Sunday it is unacceptable that the attitude towards the Romanians taken by local councilor of Italian town Montesilvano, Anthony Aliano remained unsanctioned. ‘As a Romanian and European minister I can only condemn in the firmest terms this attitude deeply offending of Romanians. We not only condemn such intolerable attitudes, but we will signal them via the diplomatic channels’, Corlatean told a television broadcast. ‘The Romanian community in Italy is the largest foreign community in that country and plays an important role in the country’s economy. Naturally, it deserves being respected. The Italian authorities should publicly declare the disapproval of such a gesture. It is important for the Romanians in Italy to hear such a reaction of the Italian government’, the foreign minister said.
The Italian and Romanian news media reported that Aliano had written on Facebook about how he had hit an alleged Romanian after a traffic incident. He said, ‘A Romanian, I think crosses the street and unable to synchronise himself with my passage, violently kicks my car. I got off the car and applied him two punches of superior quality. I hit him with such satisfaction! And I am not ashamed. Let it be an example for other politicians too!’

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