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Pope Francis meets Hungary’s Viktor Orban on 4-day Europe trip

By DW
19 September 2021   |   12:38 pm
Pope Francis met Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, whose right-wing, anti-immigrant policies clash with Francis' call for countries to welcome refugees. Francis discussed refugees and anti-Semitism in Budapest.

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