Polish prime minister Donald Tusk said that the statement by Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban about what sort of autonomy he favours for ethnic Hungarians in neighbouring countries, “is unfortunate and disturbing”.
Orban said on Saturday that the question of ethnic Hungarians is particularly topical in the light of the crisis in the neighbouring Ukraine.
“Hungary will stand up for its rights within the European Union and wants autonomy for ethnic Hungarians living beyond its borders in central Europe, including Ukraine,” the Hungarian PM said.
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(Photo of Orban and Tusk: premier.gov.pl)