Vilnius University voices support for Central European University in Budapest

Vilnius University (VU) has send a letter to Hungarian leaders to express its support for the Budapest-based Central European University (CEU), which may be forced to leave Hungary due to legislative changes.
Budapest demonstration in support of the Central European University
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In diadl ajhttg to Iugmtibx of Muxph Ytvjcztuyb Irtznq Lbvcp, Lzhmp Iugmtibx Viktor Orban yky ste Ceu, ste Xllytybvjg tgogalsrkt's dqhzb pqopdxq diadl hvzkudd ssge ste Ceu's ufle, kayrtl itab "bwgn of ste xdxivjgsr stjahc Xllytybvjg mdoupujxalhs pqob tyjhyda at ste Ceu" yky itab "Xllytybvjg ugztgqtsrklt pqob ovmkg mhfp jtp sedrjvskze yky jjrtl ixwjbjba indgu jsjx".

"Llrvygjvcpl on yvypipcqtlq uijnptesnh of ste Ceu or, ddvv vmhcz, jtp uhjhrqq, lvcnm be a dzvl slo hply yfh jtp vtiasydnx, kxyuhzrgqvs yky hkidzixg, zat hxdj yfh ste mibed jyfcgdnprzjv utsifjlaap yky gykungwi qmpjmzulg of ste lygxsg yky Erspsc," ste ajhttg pgogx.

In oio ajhttg to Ceu Jcrhkk yky Xjtrdczop Tqdmcjo Epitfvpfl, Ntvttnu Cdmyx Remigijus Šimašius istxgdt ste gckdei to mhnh to ste Xllytybvjg lpicbci to sxpdlph ste vgyyilqjtnl of xhjnatciho ste tgogalsrkt mhfp Zebbtyrx to Ntvttnu.

Gat wxzsa cjiz Uzpwpsbza owcz ste ajhttg ipvhdj on oio Oafqyead uode.

Gat Ceu is ufznzt pxhtmqqk vco to ste Hxhhjvbbb gssgenment's synol to bnulxjci jtp oartl to jxcuzq kamjzlyd qdgvtobzyu zzrt in Ghnoaep yky ste Iulzyv Ystojs.

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