American-Romanian cooperation is viewed as favorable by most people, but with some reservation. This reservation is directed chiefly at the political leaders of the country, who have neglected the interests of the population. From now on, improving further the Romanian-American relations will depend, to a large degree, on improving the economic conditions of the average Romanian. And this is something the Bucharest government should do.
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