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Foreign ministry summons Dutch ambassador

May 16th, 2019

Hungary's foreign ministry on Thursday summoned Rene van Hell, the Dutch Ambassador to Hungary, to reject the "unacceptable allegations" of Prime Minister Mark Rutte regarding the Hungarian government. Dutch daily De Telegraaf reported that Rutte had said some politicians were "turning their backs on Europe". At a campaign rally, Rutte cited Hungary as an example "where the rule of law is shunned, seemingly without any consequences". Tamas Menczer, the ministry's state secretary for communications and international representation, said that at the root of the "conflict between the Hungarian and Dutch governments" is their different views on migration. The Hungarian government says no to migration, and "this is the root cause of all criticism", he said.


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