It was at the weekend that Hungary's deputy prime minister called the Swedish social insurance Annika Strandhäll (S) for ”sick creature” in a televised talk show.
the Background is that Strandhäll has criticised Hungary's policy in a tweet. Among other things, she wrote, ”we stayed there and traveled 30”.
There have been some trips back and forth then Strandhälls tweet was published. Last in line came the news that the foreign MINISTRY would summon the Hungarian ambassador Adrien Müller for a conversation about personpåhoppen on the Swedish social security. A meeting has now taken place.
its position, and the bottom line there is that you should be able to have a political discussion without going to personal attacks, and that it is in both their interests that for a fact-based dialogue in issues even when you are far away from each other, " says Anton Dahlquist on the foreign MINISTRY's press service.
He would not comment on how the Hungarian ambassador received the mark and not how Sweden will now go forward in the question.