Hungarian Parliament’s Speaker: Slovakia should not be in the EU
Slovakia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry summoned Hungarian Ambassador to Slovakia Eva Czimbalmosné Molnár to explain the recent statements made by Hungarian Parliamentary Speaker László Kövér that Slovakia and the Czech Republic should not have been admitted to the EU.
Kövér told the Czech daily Právo that the two countries should not have been allowed to enter into the EU, explaining that the legal systems of the two countries countenance the so-called Beneš decrees on stripping ethnic Germans and Hungarians of their property and civil rights in then Czechoslovakia immediately after World War 2, the TASR newswire reported.
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(Photo of Kövér: Senate of Poland)