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Hungary rejects Slovakia's proposed method for agreement on dual citizenship

Hungary has stated that its opinion on Slovakia's proposal to conclude a bilateral agreement on dual citizenship differs from that held by Bratislava. The Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry received a letter from Zsolt Nemeth, the Hungarian Foreign Ministry State Secretary, on July 11 in which he wrote that further negotiations are necessary. "Slovakia will initiate the talks," the Slovak ministry’s press department told the SITA newswire.

Hungary has stated that its opinion on Slovakia's proposal to conclude a bilateral agreement on dual citizenship differs from that held by Bratislava. The Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry received a letter from Zsolt Nemeth, the Hungarian Foreign Ministry State Secretary, on July 11 in which he wrote that further negotiations are necessary.

"Slovakia will initiate the talks," the Slovak ministry’s press department told the SITA newswire.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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