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February 18, 2004
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The leader of Romania’s ultra-nationalist party apologized for anti-Semitic statements. Corneliu Vadim Tudor, the leader of the ultranationalist Greater Romania Party, who is known as one of Europe’s most notorious right-wing extremists, said in a statement that he is committing himself and his party members “not to allow in the future any critical and anti-Semitic statements against the Jewish people.”

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