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The reports of Romania's diplomatic agents left no doubt in his mind that there would be no recognition of his government's independence until the decrees issued at Berlin were accepted. Prince and government were likewise aware that they had suffered a major public ' lndepcrndrn(A /Wnolniti, Doposcu & C. I. ). (8ucure~ti : Editura Academiei Repul>lidi Socialiste Romo\nia, •918), 43); M. ei noastre:' Opm polltiol. o-t87g), l.

Indeed, in as much as Article 16 permitted the naturalization of jews, it was wholeheartedly welcomed by that community as a distinct improvement in its lot. In reality, however, an individual Jew found it extraordinarily difficult, if not impossible, to obtain naturalization under the more liberal code of 1864. nage to obtain naturalization under its provisions. More ominously, the simple fact that a seeming breach in the legal barriers to citizenship "' ""ProiOCOie No. to;• NoutJ

The Russian government retained its posture that Romania could neither take part in the international negotiations nor exercise any other act of sovereignty regarding foreign policy. Until its independence had received the sanction of Europe, such prerogatives would be denied. Romania could play only a consultative role, while the Russian Empire continued to defend that state's best interests. The dialogue between Bucharest and St. Petersburg before San Stefano also became the occasion for further Romanian disillusionment on two other vital points.

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