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Reader feedback: Inviting Csáky 'audacity'

Re: Schuster meeting Bush, Flash News, June 7, Internet edition

I don't understand why the US has the audacity to invite a Hungarian member of the Slovak government [Pál Csáky, Deputy PM] to this meeting. Every country has people of different ethnic origins. Are Slovaks invited to occasions when the Hungarian government is invited? Where does one stop with the political correctness? Should Carpatho-Russians be invited, or Czechs also?

Stephen Banjak

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