Officials Mark Anniversary of Germans’ Expulsion From Budaörs

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Central government and local officials commemorated the 76th anniversary of the start of the expulsion of ethnic Germans from the settlement of Budaörs, on the outskirts of the capital, on Sunday.


Tamás Menczer, a foreign ministry state secretary and a candidate to represent the settlement in parliament, said the expulsion of the Germans from Budaörs “cannot be forgotten” and “cannot be changed”, but added that action can be taken to address the matter, even today. He said the government has spent 28 billion forints (EUR 78m) since 2010 to help the German minority in Hungary preserve their language, culture and traditions.


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