The OPU reacted to the scandalous call of the ex-minister of Romania to divide Ukraine

The OPU reacted to the scandalous call of the ex-minister of Romania to divide Ukraine

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The former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania, Andrei Marga, should understand the prospect of criminal liability for his calls to divide Ukraine.

This is the advisor to the head of the President’s Office Mykhailo Podolyak informs Twitter.

The “agent crisis” prompts Russia to pull out even the most forgotten political mothball from the closet. If the Romanian Mr. Marga makes his statements “with all responsibility”, he should also understand the prospect of criminal liability. For encroaching on the integrity and sovereignty of another state”– he wrote.

At the same time, according to Marga already reacted at the Embassy of Ukraine in Romania. The words of the ex-minister were condemned there.

“We regret that the former minister of the European democratic state Marga makes statements that call into question the basic principles of international law, especially the inviolability of borders. Full respect for these principles is the basis of security and stability on the continent”– noted in the message.

We will remind, the day before the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania Marga said that Ukraine should cede its territories to Russia, Poland, Romania and Hungary.

According to his words, Transcarpathia should be given to Hungary, Galicia to Poland, Bukovina to Romania, and Donbas and Crimea to Russia.

We will also recall that during the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Uzbekistan, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed Russian President Putin with the words that now is not the time for war.

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