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Actul Unirii
Votat de Sfatul Ţării
La 27 Martie St. V. 1918
În numele poporului Basarabiei. Sfatul Ţării declară: Republica Democratică Moldovenească (Basarabia) în hotarele ei dintre Prut, Nistru, Dunăre, Marea Neagră şi vechile graniţe cu Austria, ruptă de Rusia acum o sută şi mai bine de ani, din trupul vechii Moldove. În puterea dreptului istoric şi dreptului de neam, pe baza principiului ca noroadele singure să-şi hotărască soarta lor de azi înainte şi pentru totdeauna se uneşte cu mama ei România.
Trăiască unirea Basarabiei cu România
de-a pururi şi totdeauna!
Preşedintele Sfatului Ţării
Ion Inculeţ;
Vice-preşedinte,
Pantelimon Halippa;
Secretarul Sfatului Ţării,
I. Buzdugan

Unification of Romania & Bessarabia

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