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28 Nov, 2021 06:22

Hungry for common sense? Peter Szijjarto, Hungarian minister of foreign affairs & trade

An old Hungarian adage says you can’t put everything under one hat, meaning the same rules can’t be applied to everyone, and yet this is what Budapest signed up to when it entered the European Union in 2004, before it turned into the union’s favorite prodigal son a decade later. Accused over the years of all possible sins against democracy, how does the Orban government feel about its place and future in the European family? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Peter Szijjarto, Hungarian minister of foreign affairs and trade.


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