Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has taken a moment during his two day trip to Budapest to visit Europe’s largest synagogue. The tour has been a chance to deepen mutual ties but not everyone’s been impressed.
“The Budapest visit of one of the most protected politician of the world made transportation very difficult in the city,” said our reporter Andrea Hajagos. “In preparation for his visit to the synagogue many streets were closed and it was prohibited to park almost everywhere around.”
After both leaders had paid their respects to holocaust victims Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban focused on a joint concern: