Czech president expresses concern over dual citizenship issue

In a discussion with the Slovak ambassador to Prague, Peter Brno, on Tuesday, May 25, Czech President Václav Klaus expressed serious concerns about the development caused by the Hungarian Parliament's decision to adopt its amendment on dual citizenship.

In a discussion with the Slovak ambassador to Prague, Peter Brno, on Tuesday, May 25, Czech President Václav Klaus expressed serious concerns about the development caused by the Hungarian Parliament's decision to adopt its amendment on dual citizenship.

"He [Klaus] demonstrated his solidarity with the steps taken by the Slovak side," Brno told the TASR newswire after his extraordinary visit to the Czech President. According to the Slovak diplomat, Klaus expressed his opinion that the issue should have been resolved through bilateral dialogue. "I have to state with satisfaction that [President Klaus] is at Slovakia's side in this conflict. Undoubtedly, the steps that have been taken can only be corrected afterwards – and he expressed his support for us to act in this way," added Brno.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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