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April 11, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Name-calling and professional back-stabbing surrounding the recall of Budapest's ambassador to Washington have transformed the normally lackluster Hungarian political scene into a veritable soap opera this week. Envoy Peter Zwack, who gave up his U.S. citizenship only seven months ago to accept the most prestigious foreign posting his native Hungary has to offer, has taken more than a few parting shots since being informed that his services are no longer desired.
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April 11, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Name-calling and professional back-stabbing surrounding the recall of Budapest's ambassador to Washington have transformed the normally lackluster Hungarian political scene into a veritable soap opera this week. Envoy Peter Zwack, who gave up his U.S. citizenship only seven months ago to accept the most prestigious foreign posting his native Hungary has to offer, has taken more than a few parting shots since being informed that his services are no longer desired.
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October 19, 1990 | DAVID LAUTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Bush announced a $5-billion increase in International Monetary Fund lending to Eastern Europe on Thursday as he welcomed to the White House Hungary's first democratically elected prime minister in four decades. Jozsef Antall, the latest in a series of new Eastern European democratic leaders to visit Washington, also was told by Bush that Hungary will be allowed to open a long-sought consulate in Los Angeles. During the Cold War, U.S.
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October 19, 1990 | DAVID LAUTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Bush announced a $5-billion increase in International Monetary Fund lending to Eastern Europe on Thursday as he welcomed to the White House Hungary's first democratically elected prime minister in four decades. Jozsef Antall, the latest in a series of new Eastern European democratic leaders to visit Washington, also was told by Bush that Hungary will be allowed to open a long-sought consulate in Los Angeles. During the Cold War, U.S.
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June 29, 1988
The Romanian government ordered the immediate closure of a Hungarian consulate and expelled the consular staff, the Hungarian state news agency MTI reported. The decision to close the Hungarian Consulate General in Cluj-Napoca was apparently prompted by Monday's demonstration by about 50,000 Hungarians in Budapest who protested plans for the demolition of thousands of Romanian villages, including ethnic Hungarian communities, by the year 2000.
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June 29, 1988
The Romanian government ordered the immediate closure of a Hungarian consulate and expelled the consular staff, the Hungarian state news agency MTI reported. The decision to close the Hungarian Consulate General in Cluj-Napoca was apparently prompted by Monday's demonstration by about 50,000 Hungarians in Budapest who protested plans for the demolition of thousands of Romanian villages, including ethnic Hungarian communities, by the year 2000.
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