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Hungarian FM: Multicultural Societies Not Necessarily Better Than Homogeneous Ones

Hungary's foreign minister is rejecting accusations his government is racist, but said it does not accept that a multicultural society is better than a homogeneous one.  “We don’t accept that multiculturalism is a value by itself,” Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó told VOA on Wednesday in an interview at the United Nations. “We don’t accept that multiculturalism would be better than a homogeneous society, for example. We think it’s up to the given nation,...

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