Most of the history knowledgeable people usually associates Russian (Stalinist, Soviet) aggression with the joint invasion of Poland in 1939 in close cooperation with the German Wehrmacht and the subsequent invasion of neutral Finland. However, the violent secession of the northern territory of Romania in June 1940, known as Bessarabia and northern Bukovina, seems to have been the dust of oblivion in our region. But not in a country which, like the Poles, Finns, Lithuanians, Latvians or Estonians, experienced what it means to have the stamped shoes of the Stalinist empire.
While most European media have long focused on the debt problems of the old continent and the never-ending summits of the European Union to save the euro, a serious political crisis has been taking place in Bucharest for almost half a year. Many commentators even talk about the worst crisis since Ceausescu. But what exactly is happening in Romania? The following comment will try to answer you.