Ilaria Salis, Hungary "surprised" by Italy's interference in the case: "She is not a martyr"

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Ilaria Salis, Hungary "surprised" by Italy's interference in the case: "She is not a martyr"

Ilaria Salis detained in Hungary

It is surprising that from Italy they try to interfere with a Hungarian court case.” These are the words pronounced by the Foreign Minister of Hungary, Péter Szijjartó, regarding the case of Ilaria Salis.

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“It is surprising that they are trying to interfere with a Hungarian court case from Italy.” This is what the Hungarian Foreign Minister, Péter Szijjártó, declared, as reported on X by Zoltan Kovacs, spokesperson for the Hungarian government, regarding the case of Ilaria Salis , the Italian prisoner who has been in a Hungarian prison for a year.

Ilaria Salis is accused of aggravated assault against three neo-Nazis, who were allegedly attacked by members of the German 'Hammer Gang', on the Day of Honour, which every year attracts hundreds of Nazi nostalgics to the Hungarian capital. According to the Hungarian prosecutor's office, the injuries sustained by the right-wing extremists were potentially fatal, even if they were found to be curable with a prognosis of between 5 and 8 days.

“This lady, presented as a martyr in Italy, came to Hungary with a clear plan to attack innocent people in the streets as part of a left-wing extremist organisation” , said the Hungarian minister, according to whom the episode involving Ilaria Salis would have been a “well thought out and planned act”.

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According to what Kovacs announced in another post, the Hungarian minister visiting Rome “emphasized the importance of Italian-Hungarian cooperation, especially in security and economics, with Italy being the second destination for Hungarian exports, and underlining the growing partnership between the two nations”.

Those about Ilaria Salis are worrying statements that fall like a tile, given that they arrive just as the possibility of a transformation of the precautionary measure from prison to house arrest was being opened for the woman in the next hearing on March 28th. And also for a subsequent transfer to Italy, still under house arrest, thanks to a 2009 EU framework convention, which establishes the mutual recognition of precautionary measures between the member countries of the European Union.

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