Two Jobbik MPs, István Szavay and György Gyula Zagyva, are on the list of undesirables banned from entering Romania

Monday, March 17, 2014

István Szavay and György Gyula Zagyva

Four Hungarian citizens - including two Jobbik MPs István Szavay and György Gyula Zagyva - as well as the head of "Betyársereg" Zsolt Tyirityán and New Hungarian Guard member Béla Mikola have been accused with "extreme nationalist activities" and declared undesirables in Romania.

The four individuals threaten Romania's national security and public order said Romanian Interior Ministry spokeswoman Monica Dajbog.

The spokeswoman said Romanian authorities were determined to enforce the law in all cases where foreign nationals violate Romania's laws and Constitutional order, or stir up hostilities against other citizens.

Surprisingly, Jobbik President Gábor Vona is not on the list. It was widely expected that he will be one of those individuals that Romania wants to keep out of the country.

(MTI –


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