13 November 2000 The European Commission (EC) report was warmly received in Budapest’s corridors of power. Most politicians said it was an even stronger recognition of the country’s efforts to meet European Union requirements for membership than last year’s evaluation, which was also positive. “This is the most favorable evaluation so far, an objective document […]

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