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Hungary's Orban tells Israel that Jews in his country can feel safe


JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a nationalist whose policies have raised concerns among Jews in his country, said on a visit to Israel on Thursday they should feel safe under his government.

Paying a reciprocal visit to Israel a year after hosting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Budapest, Orban reaffirmed that Hungary would show "zero tolerance" for anti-Semitism.

   

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