Ukraine reacts harshly after ex-minister Marka’s statements: “They are unacceptable”. Foreign Press: Ex-Communist

Former Foreign Minister Andrey Marka’s statement that Ukraine is on “unnatural” borders and must cede territory to Hungary, Poland, Romania and Russia prompted a reaction from the Ukrainian embassy in Bucharest.

The Ukrainian embassy said the statements were unacceptable and “a particularly flagrant violation at a time when Ukraine is heroically defending its independence and the security of the whole of Europe.”

Marka: Ukraine is on an unnatural border. It had to cede territories to Hungary, Poland, Romania and Russia

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Education and ex-rector of “Babeş-Bolyai” University, Andrei Marga, during a conference in Alba Iulia on Friday, announced that Ukraine is on “unnatural borders” and that Russia and Hungary must give up territories. , Poland and Romania.

“We are in a completely special situation here, I submit it with all responsibility, Ukraine is on unnatural borders. It has to give up territories to Hungary – Transcarpathia, Poland – Galicia, Romania – Bukovina and Russia – Donbass and Crimea. They are the territories of other countries. We stick , that’s all, there will be conflict. I conclude with this, let’s be very clear: unless it is resolved through a discussion and an agreement is reached with the United States and Russia, Germany, Ukraine and China, there will be no peace in Europe. Without peace, democracy will suffer,” said Andrey Marka.

Teodor Baconschi: Mr. Marka, try living in the 21st century!

Former Foreign Minister Theodore Bakunshi criticized Marka’s statement.

“I am timely breaking my rule not to say/write anything critical (however) about certain comrades who had the privilege and responsibility of leading Romanian diplomacy after 1989. Ministers, there must be unity and mutual appreciation above political or ideological divisions: basically, they are in the rest of the world. represented one country and one country. However, Mr. Andriy Marka’s recent statements about the possible fate of Ukraine are deplorable and scandalous. We can no longer imagine Europe as a regional cake shared by various disillusioned dictators at the cost of barbaric wars. Mr. Marka, try to live in the 21st century. “Do, honor, at least through silence, the efforts of the post-war and communist generations to create a European project defined by peace and democracy.” Gill wrote.

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Former minister Adrian Cioroyanu also took a stand.

It’s only natural that Romania has its share of people echoing Viktor Orbán or Vladimir Putin. Thanks to him, history shows us wrong. If you give in to an aggressive position, it becomes more aggressive,” Cioroyanu told TG24, speaking as a teacher.

The former foreign minister also referred to what he called “the demon of neutrality”, arguing that whenever we tried to be neutral in this area, “it didn’t work”, arguing that history had shown that “from Carol I to the time”. Nicolae Ceauşescu”. He noted that what happens in Ukrainian is our business, because it concerns the values ​​that the Romanian state has built for 30 years.

Press from Ukraine, by Ukraine

– “Former communist and Romanian special services informant Andriy Marka believes that Ukraine is on “unnatural borders,” commented Ukrainian publication Focus, cited by

– and the publication Obozrevatel ironically notes that Marka is a “diplomat” and “political scientist” who “believes that Ukraine is still far from democracy.”

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