Diplomația română în lupta pèntru recunoașterea internațională a Unirii Basarabiei cu Patria Mamă
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CONSTANTIN, Ion. Diplomația română în lupta pèntru recunoașterea internațională a Unirii Basarabiei cu Patria Mamă. In: Revista de Istorie a Moldovei. 2017, nr. 4(112), pp. 83-101. ISSN 1857-2022.
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Revista de Istorie a Moldovei
Numărul 4(112) / 2017 / ISSN 1857-2022

Diplomația română în lupta pèntru recunoașterea internațională a Unirii Basarabiei cu Patria Mamă

Romanian Diplomacy in the Fight for the International Recognition of Bessarabia’s Union with the Mother Country


CZU: 94(478)
Pag. 83-101

Constantin Ion
 
Institutul Naţional pentru Studiul Totalitarismului
 
Disponibil în IBN: 9 martie 2019


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The creation of the unitary nation state in 1918, by the union of Bessarabia, Bukovina and Transylvania with Romania, widened the perspectives for our country to engage in the international life as an independent and sovereign state. After a long and complicated procrastination, Bessarabia`s union with the Mother Country Romania was recognized de jure through the Treaty signed in Paris, on October 28, 1920, by Great Britain, France, Italy, and Japan, on one side, and Romania, on the other. Recognizing Romania`s sovereignty over Bessarabia, the parties of the Treatise assumed the obligation to “assist Romania” in case Russians would attempt to reannex Bessarabia. Although the Treaty does not bear the signature of the USA, this country accepted de facto and de jure the historic right of Romania upon Bessarabia, on July 1, 1933. Moscow stubbornly refused to accept the union, although the right of the Romanian people upon Bessarabian territory and the integrity of the frontiers was implicitly acknowledged by the Soviet Union through the recurrent juridical and diplomatic acts

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Bessarabia, Romania, Soviet Union, The Peace Conference in Paris, the matter of Bessarabia, the Romanian delegation, the Treaty of peace