Orbán makes unofficial stopover during trip to Paris

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Orbán traveled to Paris this weekend to participate in the memorial march for the terror victims and was transported to the event via OTP Group’s aircraft, vg.hu reported Saturday.

Before leaving for Paris, the prime minister’s press office published a press release on kormany.hu in which Orbán emphasized the growing threat of terrorism, stating that “the current politics of the European Union is unable to protect the European people” and “political correctness no longer provides protection against barbarism”.

On his way back, Orbán stopped for a short visit in Switzerland, where his daughter is studying at École Hoteliere Lausanne, in an executive MBA program. The official purpose of the prime minister’s visit to Switzerland, however, was to attend an annual FIFA event, the PM’s press office told index.hu yesterday.

 

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