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11 Turkish folk dancers seek asylum in Hungary after attending event

Post Magyar Lány on Tue 5 Dec - 19:49

December 05 2017

Eleven Turkish folk dancers have sought asylum in Hungary after attending an event in the country, Doğan News Agency reported on Dec. 5.

A group of 16 dancers from the Ankara Kent Child and Youth Folk Dances Association reportedly participated in a folk dance event in Budapest titled “Farewell to Summer” between Nov. 5 and Nov. 10. However, 11 of the dancers, who had only recently received licenses, stayed on in Hungary.

The dancers had received approval to go abroad from the Turkish Folk Dance Federation and later obtained grey passports from the General Directorate of Security.

After receiving their passports and documents, the folk dance team departed to Hungary on Nov. 1, four days before the scheduled date of the event.

The association had previously attended an event in Bosnia and Herzegovina in July, though the whole team returned to Turkey afterward, according to reports.

The Turkish Folk Dance Federation granted permission to some 86 associations to go abroad this year, though the team that went to Hungary had only recently received its licenses.

Meanwhile, Turkey’s Sports Ministry and the Turkish Folk Dance Federation have launched an investigation into the dancers and also filed a criminal complaint.

The Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office also announced on Dec. 5 that it launched an investigation into the incident.

Police are keeping the names of the dancers secret as part of the ongoing investigation. Information concerning any political links or previous criminal records of the dancers is expected to be announced following the investigation.

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/11-turkish-folk-dancers-seek-asylum-in-hungary-after-attending-event-123580

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Post Neon Knight on Tue 5 Dec - 23:15

Which immigrants (from which country) cause most concern in Hungary?

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Re: 11 Turkish folk dancers seek asylum in Hungary after attending event

Post Magyar Lány on Tue 5 Dec - 23:27

@Neon Knight wrote:Which immigrants (from which country) cause most concern in Hungary?

Most immigrants are from Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan or Syria. Sometimes they beat each other in the camp and other BS, but I didn't hear any "horror" story about them here. There aren't many immigrants, but we don't want mass immigration and jihadists, honour killings etc.

One or two years ago a Chinese guy murdered a young prostitute. It was the only one what a heard.

Many migrants trying to come to Hungary from Serbia, but there are fences and policemen at the border. I couldn't give more intelligent answer, sorry.

Chinese, Vietnamese are diligent, they don't cause many problem, e. g. they aren't reliously fanatic. There are not so many Muslim here, they are quite well-integrated, but some of them are trying to spread his belief/propaganda.

It was a radiologist in my district, he left the country, and an Arab guy came to his place.

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