“Ukraine is in unnatural borders”, and its territory must be divided by several states, including Romania, which must take over Bucovina, argues Andrei Marga, former minister of education and foreign affairs, according to Alba24.
Aged 76, the former minister is resorting to a theory widely spread by Russian propaganda, including Dmitri Medvedev, former president of Russia and currently vice president of the Security Council, who had published a map of Ukraine divided between four states in July.
Thus, Andrei Marga stated, on the occasion of the launch of his new book, “The Fate of Democracy”, at the “Alba Transylvania” Book Fair, that Ukraine will have to cede to Hungary – Transcarpathia, Poland – Galicia, Romania – Bucovina and Russia – Donbas and Crimea.
“They are territories of other countries. We are clinging, that’s it, there will be conflict”, Andrei Marga declared in Alba Iulia.
He also evoked the theory that other states must get involved in the negotiations to end the conflict in Ukraine, a theory also spread by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban or Russian Ambassador Valery Kuzmin.
“Let’s be very clear – as long as the situation is not resolved through a discussion with America, and with Russia, and with Germany, and with Ukraine, and with China, and an agreement is not reached, there will be no peace in Europe “, he declared to the former minister. “The superpowers the United States, China, Russia and the European Union should have an understanding for a new security structure in Europe and the world.”
He also insisted that “Romania has nothing to do with this war”, and “Romania has all the resources not to suffer with the energy crisis” which was exacerbated by the war in Ukraine.
Andrei Marga was Minister of Foreign Affairs between May and August 2012 and Minister of Education between 1997 and 2000. As a professor of contemporary philosophy, he served as rector of Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj between 1993-2004 and 2008-2012 .
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