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Vladimir Voronin accuses Romania of "ceaselessly aggressing" Moldova

Speaking to reporters during a trip to Brussels on December 7, Moldovan President Voronin accused Romanian authorities of "permanent aggression" towards his country. Vladimir Voronin said he would list his grievances in a message to EU leaders. Voronin's bones of contention: Bucharest has failed to properly recognize Moldova's statehood and had been undermining it by luring students to its universities, priests to its church, and by offering Romanian passports to Moldovan citizens.

Moldova was part of Romania before World War II.