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Romania’s Foreign Affairs Ministry: Romania reaffirms support for Spain’s sovereignty

The Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) regrets Sunday’s incidents, generated by the non-observance of the constitutional order in the Kingdom of Spain, and reaffirms Romania’s strong support to this country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, a release issued on Mnoday informs.

The MAE says that Spain is “an important ally” and a strategic partner to our country, a relationship reflected at both bilateral level and within the EU and at international level.

The Romanian MAE stresses that “legitimacy of any process or any action that has to do with a country’s domestic order stays in its fully conformity with the Fundamental Law, the rule of law of the said state, respectively.”

Therefore, MAE reiterates “Romania’s consistent stance in favour of the observance of the international law, that doesn’t allow territorial amendments occurred without the implicated state’s approval.”

 

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