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Hungary sees no solitary veto of new Brexit delay: PM aide

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Hungary on its own will not veto a new delay to Britain's departure from the European Union, a top minister said on Monday, adding that a disorderly Brexit would dent Hungary's strong economic growth.
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