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Newsbrief: Hungary does not support the accession of Croatia and Romania to the OECD - Hungarian foreign ministry

Friday, September 8, 2017


Hungary does not support the accession of Croatia and Romania to the OECD, the ministry of foreign affairs and foreign trade (KKM) announced on Friday.

According to the announcement, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has discussed the expansion of the organization on Friday in Paris. Hungary indicated to the council that it did not support either Croatia or Romania's application to join the organization.

In the case of Romania, the reason is the closure of the Catholic High School in Marosvásárhely. Regarding Croatia, the reason is the attack by the Croatian government on the CEO of MOL Zsolt Hernádi (MOL is Hungary's biggest oil company) - which is totally unjustified reported the Hungarian foreign ministry.

(MTI - hungarianambiance.com)

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