Romanian Foreign Ministry: Romania rejects Catalonia’s “unilateral declaration of independence”


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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) in Bucharest has told a press release that Romania reiterates its firm support for Spain’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and that it rejects “Catalonia’s unilateral declaration of independence” after the Catalan Parliament had voted for Catalonia’s independence, and Madrid had taken over the direct control over the region by dissolving the regional parliament.

“We firmly reject Catalonia’s <unilateral declaration of independence>. We reaffirm Romania’s firm support for Spain’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. Spain is an important ally and a strategic partner of our country, a relation reflected both at bilateral level and also within EU and internationally.

We underline that the legitimacy of any process or of any action related to a state’s internal order consists in its full compliance with the fundamental law, with the rule of law. We reiterate Romania’s consequent position in favor of observing the international law, which doesn’t allow territorial alterations occurred without the involved state’s consent.

The general situation in Catalonia is related to the internal order in Spain and we voice hope that it will get back to the parameters of the constitutional order from this state as soon as possible,” reads MAE’s press release.

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