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President Novák Invites Elon Musk to Budapest

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President Katalin Novák implicitly invited tech billionaire Elon Musk to the Budapest Demographic Summit, being held between September 14-15, after he commented on the post of Tucker Carlson's interview with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on his X social media platform.

"Very interesting," Musk commented on the post, "Hungary is trying hard to address their birth rate problem."

In response, President Novák replied, "Indeed, we do. We are looking forward to the Budapest Demographic Summit, the largest international gathering of pro-family forces, which will be held between September 14 and 15, with the participation of many heads of state, prime ministers, and influencers, where you can learn more about the Hungarian family support system. We look forward to seeing you in Budapest!"

 

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