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Facebook video meant to point out consequences of migration

March 8th, 2018

Government office chief Janos Lazar on Thursday said that a video he posted on Facebook earlier this week showing him on a street in Vienna talking about the city's migration situation was meant to highlight the consequences of migration. Lazar told his regular news conference after talks with Austria's Chancellery Minister Gernot Bluemel that he and the minister had clarified that his "private visit" to Vienna on Tuesday did not concern Hungarian-Austrian relations. He said the video was not meant to offend Viennese residents but merely to document his experiences in the district in which it was shot. It was a message for Hungary and was meant to show that Hungarians had a choice concerning what they wanted Budapest and other major cities to be like. Hungary will still have a chance on April 8 to avoid becoming an "immigrant country", Lazar said.


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