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The fan, who was arrested in Munich after the German-Hungarian match, was sent home

Péter Szijjártó announced in a video message that the Hungarian fan who was previously arrested after the Hungarian-German European Championship match has returned to his homeland.

“(…) We have had a lot of work to do in the past five weeks with consequences. Many Hungarian citizens were able to enjoy the hospitality of German law enforcement agencies after the match, and one Hungarian citizen has also been imprisoned. The good news is that he has been released. Also today, he was able to leave Germany and return home to continue his case from home.The Foreign Minister said: “We are pleased that, about five weeks after the treble whistled, this match is over for all Hungarian citizens.”




Photo: Frank Heuermann/Sven Simon/Daba Picture Alliance via AFP

Munich Public Prosecutor’s Office في Five Hungarian supporters accused Because of the use of symbols of unconstitutional organizations. Four people were closed for Nazi flattery, and one of them had a so-called winged runic tattoo, a symbol of a unit of the Nazi military organization, the SS.

For the longest time, the man who, according to the prosecution, threw a bottle at a police station in the Allianz Arena was arrested, and although this is a minor offense, he was also arrested.

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