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The Guardian : Moldova PM rules out reunification with Romania. Pavel Filip opposed to tie-up with neighbour despite growing calls for countries to unite

Moldova’s government has ruled out reunification with Romania despite a surge in demands for the two countries to unite.

The prime minister, Pavel Filip, said Moldova’s place was as a sovereign state, independent of Romania. “Too much has been said about reunification, identity, language and I want to look at the concrete development of the country,” he told the Guardian.

“All those problems that are sentiment related should be left for better times.”

A pro-unification rally in Moldova’s capital, Chișinău, last month attended by 10,000 people, including the former Romanian president Traian Băsescu.

Premierul Republicii Moldova, Pavel Filip, exclude o reunificare a ţării sale cu România, în ciuda înmulţirii apelurilor la unire, dar spune că cele două state vor fi “împreună” în Uniunea Europeană, relatează vineri The Guardian în ediţia sa online.

Într-un interviu pentru cotidianul britanic realizat cu ocazia unei vizite la Bruxelles, Pavel Filip a spus că locul Republicii Moldova este ca stat suveran, independent de România.

“S-a vorbit prea mult despre reunificare, identitate, limbă, iar eu vreau să mă uit la dezvoltarea concretă a ţării”, a declarat el pentru The Guardian.

“Toate aceste probleme sentimentale ar trebui lăsate pentru vremuri mai bune”, a adăugat el, prezicând că Republica Moldova va fi “împreună” cu România în Uniunea Europeană. “La sfârşitul mandatului meu, vom vedea că acest drum spre UE nu va mai fi discutabil, ci ireversibil”, a subliniat el. (agerpres.ro)

Romania’s parliament casted a symbolic vote for reunification and MPs said they would welcome any such move by Moldova. The events were timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Moldova joining the then kingdom of Greater Romania.

A former head of a tobacco company, Filip aspires to bring Moldova into the European Union. The former Soviet territory, the poorest country in Europe, lags far its behind neighbours – including Romania, which joined the EU in 2007. Nevertheless he predicted: “We will be together with Romania in the EU.”

His opposition to reunification is shared by a majority of Moldovans, although 32% support joining Romania, according to a recent poll.