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Orban says Hungary will defy EU court ruling on asylum policy

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Orban says Hungary will defy EU court ruling on asylum policy

Orban says Hungary will defy EU court ruling on asylum policy

Hungary will not change its immigration policies despite a recent ruling from the EU's top court that found them in contradiction with the bloc's laws, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said.


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