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President Iohannis: The Romanian society is mature and active and needs a state to match it

President Klaus Iohannis stated, on the occasion of the annual meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions accredited in Bucharest, that the Romanian society is a mature one, which proved capable of fighting for the values which it believes in , but this society also needs a state to match it.

2018-01-23 14:49:16

"2018 is truly the best moment to reflect deeply and act wisely for the present and future of the Romanian society," said Klaus Iohannis, according to Agerpres. "This is the moment when we need to take on our legitimate country project, on our way of developing and the paths to be followed, inside and outside the country, in order to reach it. (...) Only a project like this can properly respond to the risks Romania is facing, both at internal and external level, because of our complicated vicinity. In order to ensure our present and future, we need to answer to these risks, by building a performing state, a strong and resilient Romania, meaning a state where liberal democracy and the rule of law are fully consolidated with the help of an independent and efficient justice, a state that operates to the benefit of all its citizens and is capable of offering them prosperity and safety. We have a mature society that has already proven that it is capable of admirably fighting for the values which it believes in. But this mature and active society also needs a state to match it."

"Only with inner strength Romania can face the external challenges as well, which are not just a few. Only like this, we can consolidate our role as a provider of security and stability that we have already started to play in the past years. Only like this, we can continue to build Romania′s international profile, so that Romania will continue to have your respect, the respect of our external partners," said Iohannis.



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