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Hungary ready for compromises with Brussels to unblock recovery funds

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Hungary ready for compromises with Brussels to unblock recovery funds

Hungary ready for compromises with Brussels to unblock recovery funds

National minister Tibor Navracsics told Euronews that Budapest is ready to "speed up negotiations as much as possible."


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