Budapest, December 17 (MTI) – Hungary’s pavilion for the Milan World Expo is being dismantled and will be transferred to Karcag, in central-eastern Hungary, where it will serve as a museum from 2017 showcasing the country’s equestrian traditions.

Geza Szocs, the government commissioner for the expo, told a news conference that a lawsuit against Hungary had been dropped by the Italian authorities.

An Italian company involved in building the pavilion had lodged a request for the property’s seizure after a dispute over payment, but a local court rejected the suit.



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