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Gestern Nachmittag hat ein Mob aus Rumänen einen österreichisch-ungarischen Soldatenfriedhof in Siebenbürgen gestürmt, trotz der Anwesenheit der Polizei und friedlich protestierender Ungarn. In Budapest hat Außenminister Péter Szijjártó den rumänischen Botschafter vorgeladen, der sich weigerte, zu erscheinen.
Yesterday afternoon, a Romanian crowd broke into an Austro-Hungarian military cemetery in Transylvania, despite heavy police presence and a human chain of ethnic Hungarians protesting peacefully. In Budapest, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó summoned the Romanian ambassador, who refused to appear.
Fidesz MP István Bajkai and Zoltán Lomnici, head of the Human Dignity Council civil group, said the Romanian supreme court’s rejection of the appeals of two ethnic Hungarians sentenced to prison for an attempted bomb attack in 2015 is “unacceptable”
Márta Bodó, press organizer of the papal visit said that since online registration opened on March 1st, some 300 groups and 45 to 50,000 individual pilgrims have completed registration and received their unique barcodes
"It became natural in Transylvania and all of Hungary to have villages where churches of up to two or three different denominations would coexist peacefully instead of them having a single state or provincial religion,” the president said