Jobbik President Gábor Vona met foreign embassy officials in a hotel in Budapest

Sunday, November 22, 2015

More than thirty foreign embassies in Hungary sent representatives to a closed meeting held in a hotel in Budapest Thursday morning to discuss international politics with Jobbik President Gábor Vona learned

Vona confirmed the news to the press but he didn't disclose the names of the embassies that sent representatives to the meeting. These gatherings are part of Jobbik president's regular forums held every six months.

The main topics of discussion included Jobbik's foreign and domestic policy, mass migration and corruption said Vona.

He told embassy officials that Jobbik was the second most popular party in the country, and had the momentum to win the 2018 national election and form the next government.

The Jobbik president told that the diplomats mostly interested in Jobbik's policy on mass migration and terrorism.

Most of the embassy officials attended the meeting represented European countries but Asian and African diplomats were also present. The US embassy to Hungary didn't send representative to the meeting confirmed US embassy spokesperson to the media adding that if they meet a certain person or group of people, it does not mean that they agree with that group's policy.

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