Respect LGBT rights or leave EU, Hungary's Orban is told


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  • Friday, 25 Jun 2021

FILE PHOTO: Demonstrators protest against Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and the latest anti-LGBTQ law in Budapest, Hungary, June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Marton Monus/File Photo

BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Respect LGBT rights or leave the European Union, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told Hungary's premier as EU leaders confronted Viktor Orban over a law that bans schools from using materials seen as promoting homosexuality.

Several EU summit participants spoke of the most intense personal clash among the bloc's leaders in years on Thursday night.

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