Romanian Parliament adopts Declaration by which it firmly condemns the aggression of the Russian Federation on Ukraine

The Parliament in Bucharest has adopted, on Monday, in a joint session, with a majority of votes – 339 for, one against and two abstentions – a statement by which it condemns the aggression of the Russian Federation on Ukraine, demands the withdrawal of Russian forces and emphasizes the “strong...

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