4 June 2000 “Hungary’s foreign policy as a whole and in all its details is-and will remain-unchanged,” Hungarian Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi told the state radio station MR on 27 May after a call from the World Association of Hungarians (MVSZ) to revise the 1920 Trianon Peace Treaty. MVSZ, which receives some $1 million in […]

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