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RFE/RL Daily Report
		No. 181, 22 September 1994


SLOVAK FOREIGN MINISTRY ON HORN'S STATEMENTS. A spokesman for the
Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs told journalists in Bratislava
on 21 September that members of ethic minorities were
sufficiently represented in the system of state administration.
The statement was made in response to Hungarian Prime Minister
Guyla Horn's recent remarks on Duna Television that he considered
unacceptable the fact that in those regions of Slovakia where
members of an ethnic minority constituted a majority "they do not
enjoy corresponding representation in the system of state
administration." The Slovak Foreign Ministry spokesman said that
Horn was "again putting himself in the position of Slovakia's
mentor." -- Jiri Pehe, RFE/RL Inc.

HUNGARIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ON GOVERNMENT'S FOREIGN POLICY.
According to Laszlo Kovacs, the Gyula Horn-led government has
begun normalizing relations with Hungary's neighbors, MTI
reported on 21 September. Good-neighborly relations were
necessary for all concerned to integrate Europe and ensure
political stability in the region, Kovacs said. Hungary would
strive to sign bilateral treaties that guarantee both the
inviolability of borders and the rights of national minorities,
and experts' talks to that effect would take place in late
September with Slovakia and "in the near future" with Romania. By
signing such treaties, Hungary would not renounce the possibility
of peaceful changes of borders due to changed circumstances and
the agreement of both parties, as stated in the Vienna
Convention, Kovacs added. -- Alfred Reisch, RFE/RL Inc.

FIRST HUNGARIAN INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION OPENS IN UKRAINE.
The teachers' college opened on 17 September in Beregszasz
(Berehovo), Transcarpathian Oblast, according to Nepszabadsag of
20 September. On the recommendation of the joint
Ukrainian-Hungarian commission and with the support of the
teachers' college of Nyiregyhaza in Hungary, the new college will
train twenty-five ethnic Magyar nursery school and regular
teachers and seventeen teachers of English, history, and
geography this academic year. It also plans to teach members of
the Hungarian minority in Transcarpathia agriculture and health
at a higher level. -- Alfred Reisch, RFE/RL Inc.

[As of 1200 CET]

(Compiled by Penny Morvant and Maggie Evling)
Copyright 1994, RFE/RL, Inc. All rights reserved.

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