Not cultivate tension, not make simple equations such as "Rumanian equals danger", "Romania synonym with exported crime", not associate Romanians with Romanies, "lumping both together and wronging both": the leading article on Sir Europa, online from tonight at old.agensir.it, focusses on the current situation of Romania and the Romaniese, giving a "picture" of the real state of things, to "help us understand the big picture and bring it back on to a plane of brotherhood and solidarity. As well as justice and law". While "the socio-economic situation of Romania is far from being rosy", "which makes Bucharest turn a blind eye on expatriating some suspicious characters who go trying their ‘luck’ elsewhere", the European Union too must commit itself, "in cooperation with the Rumanian authorities, to education, to fighting against poverty and social exclusion, to dialogue and social inclusion, to dismantling the immoral market that hinges around younger and younger girls from Romania and other countries". In fact, "this is a commitment that requires the involvement and participation of all European citizens. There’s no shortage of money, Brussels and the Governments of the Twenty-Seven EU member states have allocated plenty". Which means, "information and education to understand each other and find solutions together".