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RADIO FREE EUROPE/RADIO LIBERTY, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
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RFE/RL NEWSLINE  7 September 1999

HUNGARIAN PRESIDENT IN SLOVAKIA. Arpad Goencz, on an official
visit to Slovakia, told his Slovak counterpart, Rudolf
Schuster, on 6 September that their two countries must take
advantage of the present "historical opportunity," when their
views "are identical," to boost cooperation. Alluding to the
Hungarian minority in Slovakia, Goencz said that "a satisfied
minority is the least dangerous minority." He also explained
why the law on minority representation in the Hungarian
parliament has not yet been passed, saying that the official
recognition of more than a dozen minorities might "disrupt
the balance of the Hungarian parliamentary system." Schuster
presented a plan aimed at "cooperation without borders,
because we do not want to have the Schengen border with
either Hungary, or Poland, and least of all with the Czech
Republic," SITA and CTK reported. MS

FORMER HUNGARIAN PREMIER LEFT OUT OF BORDER OPENING
ANNIVERSARY. Gyula Horn on 6 September complained that
neither himself nor others who played a significant role in
the opening of Hungary's border with Austria in 1989 are
among those invited to a ceremony commemorating the 10th
anniversary of that event. Horn, who was foreign minister at
the time, said "an apparent falsification of history is going
on." He added that the way members of the present government
"try to present themselves as the sole resistance fighters"
is both "low and primitive." Hungarian media report that
among those not invited to the commemorative 10 September
parliamentary session are Miklos Nemeth, who at the time was
prime minister, German former Chancellor Helmut Kohl, and
German former Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher. MSZ

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