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On March 23, as leaders gathered for multiple summits in Brussels, the Hungarian justice minister claimed that the EU had not helped the country after Budapest “stopped migration in accordance with international conventions”. Sophie Samaille and Georgina Robertson take a closer look at the claims.
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