Refugee crisis dominating Hungarian consul general’s work
By Sneh DuggalSep. 29, 2015
‘I don’t know how Canadians would react if every night at the port of Toronto, there was a ship to arrive with two, three, four—lately it’s 10,000—people.’
The migrant and refugee crisis grabbing headlines in Europe is a “very complex situation” where finding a balance between humanitarian and security concerns can be tough, said Toronto-based Hungarian consul general Stefánia Szabó.
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