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In a Liberal meeting that took place in Timifoara on 12 June 1921, Bratianu told the Banat people who had come to listen to him, that "on this vast and stormy sea of social and international struggles" the Romanian man of state should tie his actions to higher purposes, to the "leading polar stars, which do not move with the time of night and may give him untreacherous directives that may ensure his reaching the desired havens." These polar stars could help the coordinator of foreign policy to find solutions to deadlock situations, especially when the fight had been lost on the international stage or when the man of state was lost in the maze of international relations.
It is said of the people of this country that they are the most just, honest, and untreacherous in the world, and the most faithful to their promises.