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Russia relates Romanian President's statements on WW2 events to risk of fascism emergence in Europe

de V.O.
Luni, 25 iulie 2011, 16:41 English | Regional Europe

Romanian news agency Agerpres, quoted by Evenimentul Zilei newspaper, reports that Russia's Ambassador to NATO Dmitri Rogozin warned on Sunday about the risk of fascism emergence in Europe considering the Norway attacks. In this context, he recalled a recent statement made by Romanian president Traian Basescu According to whom he would have sent Romanian troops across Prut river in 1941 just like wartime Romanian leader Marshal Antonescu did at the time.

The Russian diplomat is also quoted as saying that military alliances such as NATO prove incapable of protecting Europeans of such attacks by solitary terrorists.

President Basescu sparked harsh Russian criticism with his statements in a TV interview late June. On June 30, a Russian diplomacy spokesman voiced revolt over Basescu's words, while later Dmitri Rogozin noted on Twitter that Russian President Medvedev himself would have criticized Basescu on the margins of a NATO-Russia reunion on July 2.

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