Monday, 8 July 2013

Hungary Agrees to New Holocaust Restitution Deal

FSWC Reports:


The Hungarian government announced a deal Saturday with a US-based Holocaust restitution organization on reparations for Hungarian survivors living abroad, ending a year-long row over transparency and a freeze of payments to survivors.

"The government has concluded an agreement with the Conference of Material Claims Against Germany," Janos Lazar, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's chief of staff, said in a statement to the Hungarian news agency MTI.

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