After beeing booed by protesters in Prague last Friday, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has met critical voices again – this time, in Berlin.
On Monday afternoon, more than 200 protesters waited for Viktor Orbán at the demonstration of the Freie Ungarische Botschaft, an organisation founded by Hungarians in Berlin, Telex reports. The demonstrators arrived at the Gendarmentmarkt in Berlin with mainly anti-Russian and pro-Ukrainian banners.
Below, you may see photos from the demonstration:
“The Freie Ungarische Botschaft, together with its German, Ukrainian and Hungarian partners in Berlin, not only vociferously rejected the autocratic and populist power-grab of the Hungarian Prime Minister, but also called on the host German Chancellor not to compromise with his pro-Putin interlocutor on the war in Ukraine,” they wrote.
Speaking at a forum on Hungarian-German economic relations, Orbán said that “Hungary has emerged from every crisis since 2010 – the 2008-2009 global economic crisis, the migration crisis and the Covid crisis – stronger than when it entered them”.
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