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6/7/21

Thousands of people, including students, took to the streets to protest the creation of a Chinese university in Hungary; Demand for severing ties between the two countries

China besieged in Europe again:  Thousands of people, including students, took to the streets to protest the creation of a Chinese university in Hungary; Demand for severing ties between the two countries




Protests have begun in Hungary against the construction of a Chinese Fudan University campus.

China accuses Hungarian leaders of trying to sour relations between the two countries
People are protesting and demanding not to have relations with China

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Protests have begun in Hungary against the construction of a Chinese Fudan University campus. People allege that the Hungarian government was allowed to open the campus in the capital Budapest under Chinese pressure. Opponents claim that opening a Chinese university campus in the country would encourage communist ideology and be dominated by communists.

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This is the second time in a month that China has faced opposition in Europe. Earlier, Lithuania decided to secede from China's 17 + 1 bloc. Lithuania made a similar appeal to the rest of the world. The Lithuanian government has said that China is pursuing a policy of partition.

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What happened in
Hungary The Hungarian government approved the opening of the campus of Fudan University in China in the capital Budapest. Its work has also begun. Prime Minister Victor Orban has called it a necessary decision to improve education. Victor is considered close to China. Earlier there was little protest, now thousands of people have taken to the streets. "Our government is committing treason," Patrick, a 22-year-old student, told CNN. His move will degrade the quality of our education and have a direct impact on the entire European Union. I don't want our government to have a relationship with China.

"Our university should be made better
," says Patrick, adding that the funds being spent on preparing Chinese universities would benefit the country and the European Union if they were to be reformed.

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Another student said that the space allotted for the university was to be a hostel for us. Why has a place like ours been given to a foreign power like China. While China may have a dictatorship, that is not possible here. What is special is that the mayor of Budapest is also opposing the government and he also took part in his march with the protesters. "Our government wants to bring Chinese dictatorship here, we will never let this happen," he said.

A glimpse of the anti-China protests on the streets of Budapest can be seen here.

The government is calling it a political ploy.
In the first week of April , the Hungarian government approved the opening of the Fudan University campus on the outskirts of Budapest. It was approved here and work started there, which means a lot was already happening. The government says Fudan is a world-class university and will improve the quality of education. After the protests, the government is calling it a futile and political maneuver.

The issue of Dalai Lama and Uyghur Muslims also arose
. There is another reason for the difficulty in this demonstration for China. Some people even had banners with them during the demonstration. It cited violence against the Dalai Lama and Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province. China is on the defensive on both these issues. Budapest Mayor Jorgeli Carkoni even went so far as to say that the city's two streets would be named after the martyrs of the Dalai Lama and Uighur Muslims.




China has accused some Hungarian leaders of doing such things to gain popularity and these people want to spoil relations between the two countries. The pro-China attitude of the Hungarian government is such that last week when the European Union wanted to bring a condemnation motion against China on the issue of Hong Kong, the Hungarian government opposed it.

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