Hungary has achieved “fantastic results” in its fight against racism and anti-Semitism, with “the government at the forefront” of those efforts, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Vienna on Thursday. After talks with Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer, Orbán told a joint press conference that Hungary had “zero tolerance” for anti-Semitism, and any kind of action in this direction was subject to legal prosecution in Hungary and was not tolerated in political discourse.

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