Hungary to partially open labor market to Romania, says PM

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Hungary's government will partially open its labor market to Romanian citizens when Romania joins the European Union next year, Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány said on Thursday.

”We want to open up as much as possible without endangering Hungarian interests,” Gyurcsány said after a Hungarian-Romanian joint government session in Budapest. The level of understanding between the two countries is higher than ever before in the past 100 years, Gyurcsány said.
Romanian Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu said the joint government sessions and the joint development programs were based on a spirit of historic reconciliation.

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