Authorities found 90 people in a house only hundreds of metres away from PM Viktor Orbán’s family residence. The neighbourhood is ideal for wealthy people, so it is not surprising that former President János Áder’s estate is also there.
According to index.hu, a citizen reported the “human smuggler headquarters” to the police. Officers went to check the property and found 90 people, men, women and children inside. Some said they were Kurdish, others claimed they were Turkish, but no one could prove they were in Hungary legally.
The house is just streets away from the Orbán estate in Cinege Street in Budapest’s 12th district. The neighbourhood is extremely expensive with mansions. János Áder’s villa is also there. The police started an investigation for human smuggling.
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One of the world’s most hated politicians visited Hungary in secret
Erkin Tuniyaz will probably never be among the famous politicians everybody would like to shake hands with. He is a Chinese politician of Uyghur ethnicity, and despite the Beijing government violating the human rights of his people, he is the deputy secretary of the Chinese Communist Party Xinjiang Committee and chairman of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
Thus, he is not welcome in many parts of the world. However, he was in Hungary in secret between 4 and 6 September. He conducted talks with Márton Nagy, Hungary’s economy development minister and Levente Magyar, Hungary’s foreign secretary, 24.hu wrote. Neither of them communicated the meetings.
Chinese state media outlet People’s Daily reported about the journey. According to the paper, Tuniyaz said in Hungary that everything goes perfectly in Xinjiang. All peoples live in harmony in the region, the poverty no longer exists, the economy skyrockets, and tourists are welcome. Earlier this year, he planned to visit London, Brussels and Paris, but all his official visits were cancelled because of the protests of human rights organisations. In Hungary, such organisations did not even learn about his visit until the media wrote about it yesterday.
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