Slovak-Hungarian relations history and the present in facts by AugustiМЃn Marko

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Places:

  • Slovakia,
  • Hungary

Subjects:

  • Hungarians -- Slovakia -- History.,
  • Slovaks -- Hungary -- History.,
  • Slovakia -- Relations -- Hungary.,
  • Hungary -- Relations -- Slovakia.,
  • Slovakia -- Ethnic relations.,
  • Hungary -- Ethnic relations.

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Statement[Augustín Marko, Pavol Martinický].
ContributionsMartinický, Pavol., Marko, Augustín., Slovenská spoločnost̕ na obranu demokracie a humanity.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDB2778.H9 M36 1995
The Physical Object
Pagination[14] leaves, 28 p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3539013M
ISBN 108096733338
LC Control Number2001458394

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The publication Ako sa máte Maďari na Slovensku. (Are Hungarians getting well in Slovakia?) is. The parliaments of Slovakia and Hungary will strive to build above-standard Slovak-Hungarian relations.

The speakers of parliament of both countries, Boris Kollár and László Kövér, agreed on it during their meeting on June 30 in Budapest. They also discussed the European Union and cooperation within the Visegrad Four (V4) countries. Slovak-Hungarian cooperation and the Visegrád Group partnership contribute to the success of a common Europe, Orbán told a joint press conference in Parliament after the meeting.

The V4 is no longer an alliance of poor countries but composed of countries whose economies are characterised by “dynamism, financial discipline and great plans”, he added. PM Orbán said Slovak-Hungarian cooperation and the Visegrád Group partnership contribute to the success of a common Europe.

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On October 7, former U.S. president Bill Clinton drew attention to the worsening of Slovak-Hungarian relations in Budapest. He said these relations have to be resolved as soon as possible to the satisfaction of both sides. "Otherwise, the escalation of tensions is imminent," Clinton said, according to the TASR newswire.

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The forum has been a sore spot in Slovak-Hungarian relations sincewhen the Slovak parliament expressed concern over the institutionalisation of the forum as a formal consulting body of the Hungarian parliament.

Hungary’s other neighbours Romania and Serbia have also expressed objections to the existence of such an institution. One example of how this issue needs careful attention by scholars is a recently published book on the Slovak-Hungarian relationship that is on display (in its Slovak language version) in bookstore windows across Slovakia at the moment.

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This meeting between the leaders of Hungary and Slovakia was constructive, was aimed at reconciliation and was forward-looking. The stuff of Nobel Peace Prizes. Needless to say, the Western media ignored it.

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