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Romania signed its Europe Agreement in 1993 and submitted its official application for membership in the European Union in 1995, the third country to do so after Hungary and Poland. Along with its official EU application, Romania submitted the “Snagov Declaration,” signed by all fourteen political parties declaring their full support for EU membership.
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