Hungarian prime minister vows to stamp out anti-Semitism in his country
The World Jewish Congress' Plenary Assembly to which Viktor Orban spoke was unimpressed. 'The prime minister did not confront the true nature of the problem.'
BUDAPEST – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban attempted to reassure the World Jewish Congress Sunday night that his government was determined to stamp out the rising anti-Semitism.
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