Romania and Hungary are negotiating a proposal touted as a historic reconciliation on the model of France and Germany after World War II. Although the two sides have engaged in an intensive diplomatic dialogue that also revived talks on a basic treaty, the same old disputes remain unsolved by MATYAS SZABO ROMANIAN PRESIDENT Ion Iliescu’s […]

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