Jeszensky: A politician must always be an optimist

Bled, 24 May - Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Geza Jeszensky, who participated at the international conference on minorities and nationalism in Bled, replied to the question of how this conference might help in finding a solution to the crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina by saying: "a politician must always be an optimist, but after three years as a foreign minister this is rather difficult".

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