Romania: Force National party asks for a non-conflict attitude in NATO Summit

French Front National leader Marine Le Pen (center) visiting Romanian Force National party in April this year.
French Front National leader Marine Le Pen (center) visiting Romanian Force National party in April this year.

The Force National (the only political party from Romania affiliated to Movement for “Europe of Nations and Freedom”) has asked today to Romanian Parliament to vote a mandate of peace and non-conflict negotiations in NATO Summit in Warsaw for president Klaus Iohannis.
„The rise of distrust and tensions in the region will reflect negatively on Romania, reason enough for the Romanian Parliament to take a stand and to impose a strong mandate to president Iohannis to support a conciliator non-conflict message in the decisions to be adopted” to the Summit, said today Force National in an official statement. The interest of Romania consists in “defusing conflicts and in revival of political and economical collaboration between all the parties involved”, it is said in the nationalists’ statement, because “Romania has great deal to loose from the start of a new Cold War, and if this one will become hot, our country will be the first victim, and the negative consequences countless”.
Force National asks from Parliament to save Romania „from this dangerous game of menaces and power demonstrations that can degenerate in any moment in a disastrous conflict” and affirms strongly that „Romanians wish not to be in war; neither they wish to be anymore the victims of conflicts”.
In its argument, Force National emphasizes that „any warlike attitude from Romania and any escalation of tensions in the region is prejudicial to national safety, stability, security and development interests”. This is why Force National is asking Romanian Parliament „to represent the will of Romanian people and to establish by vote a foreign policy mandate in NATO Summit not detrimental to the future of the country”.