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How Viktor Orban explained the scarf with the map of Greater Hungary: “Football is not political”

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Viktor Orbán criticised for wearing a scarf featuring a map of "Greater Hungary" The scarf features the borders of Hungary's former kingdom, which includes modern-day Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Ukraine. The Romanian foreign ministry expressed its "firm disapproval" and accused Orbán of "revisionism"
Published 4 months ago

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