PM Orban meets European Jewish Congress leaders

Budapest, April 3 (MTI) – Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Sunday received the leaders of the European Jewish Congress, whose annual meeting is currently held in Budapest.

Orban and the Jewish leaders, including Moshe Kantor, the Congress’s President, Serge Cwajgenbaum, the Secretary General, and Raya Kalenova, Deputy Secretary General, urged dialogue between the European Union and religious groups, Peter Szijjarto, the PM’s spokesman, told MTI. The leaders asked Orban to help support the strengthening of such a dialogue.

Peter Feldmajer, the head of the federation of Hungarian Jewish communities Mazsihisz, and Gusztav Zoltai, the chief executive of Mazsihisz, also attended the meeting with Orban, Szijjarto said.¨