BUCHAREST, Romania — The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has criticized Romania’s central bank for refusing to withdraw from circulation a coin featuring an image of a prime minister who stripped Jews of their citizenship before World War II, calling the decision “insensitive” to the memory of hundreds of thousands of Holocaust victims. The museum in Washington, D.C., said in a statement received Friday that Miron Cristea’s tenure as Romania’s premier from 1938 to 1939 “marked the opening of a systematic campaign of anti-Semitic persecution by successive Romania governments that resulted in the devastation of the Romanian Jewish community during the Holocaust.”