Yes, you are right. I am 100% Romanian. My comment is not meant to mock the author or the article but the absurd and embarrassing situation described in the article.
There were no bridges across Danube for so many centuries because Danube was a useful natural border. Besides the Romans only the Ottomans had an interest in building a bridge but they probably lacked the expertise.
Romanians do not want the Cadrilater (Southern Dobrujea) back. Cadrilater is not considered a traditional Romanian territory. It was a booty of war. Romanians didn’t even want Dobrujea in exchange of Budjak (Southern Bessarabia) after the 1877 war. That exchange was imposed on them.
It is a pity that considering how many things Bulgarians and Romanians have in common there is so little cooperation and mutual understanding between them.
Congratulations! Your article will be quoted 2000 years from now when the fourth bridge will be built. You have achieved immortality. Even trees do not last 2000 years.
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