Romania–United Kingdom relations

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British–Romanian relations
Map indicating locations of United Kingdom and Romania

United Kingdom


British–Romanian relations are bilateral foreign relations between United Kingdom and Romania. Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1880. Both countries are members of the European Union and NATO. The United Kingdom has an embassy in Bucharest and Romania has an embassy in London.


Recently relations between the United Kingdom and Romania have soured due to what some hold to be xenophobic reports in the British press.[1] Caused by economic decline in the United Kingdom, the European Union freedom of movement has also been criticised.

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