20 July 2001 JERUSALEM–Adrian Nastase said at the Yad Va’Shem Holocaust Memorial that, as Romanian Prime Minister, he “must assume responsibility for the unforgivable crimes committed [against Jews in Romania] between 1941 and 1944.” He added that those crimes “cannot and will never be pardoned.” Nastase later met with Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres, who […]

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