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PSD’s Dragnea discusses with Hungarian PM situation at Catholic High School of Targu Mures

Social Democratic Party (PSD) Chairman Liviu Dragnea announced on Facebook on Saturday that he had a telephone conversation with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban about the situation at the Catholic High School of Targu Mures and assured the latter that the problem “will be solved.”

“We agreed on two things, we’ll solve the problem at the Catholic High School of Targu Mures and Hungary will grant again support for Romania for the accession to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. I explained that the situation of Targu Mures came up following a court ruling and doesn’t represent an attack against the Catholic Church or the Hungarian minority, but it is the obligation of the Romanian authorities to find a legal and sustainable solution. I promised him we would find this solution,” Dragnea wrote.

The PSD Chairman added that PM Orban appreciated the availability for dialogue and “promised that Hungary will resume supporting Romania for the OECD.”

Romania’s accession to this organisation is a “major” goal of Romania’s foreign policy, which could be reached even this year, Dragnea added.

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