The aunt and carer of Fruzsina Wilhelm, the mentally disabled 20-year-old Hungarian orphan returned to Hungary by Sweden after living with her aunt for two years in Malmö, is to take her back to the Swedish city on Friday, the Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet reports.
Ágnes Ruff told the paper that placing her niece, who she claims has a mild mental disability, among heavily impaired people in a home for pyschiatric patients in Tordas, near Budapest, would be “just as inhumane as inhumane it is that the Swedes don’t want to tolerate Fruzsina in their country”.
The article writes that although both women were satisfied with the home when Fruzsina arrived back to Hungary last Thursday, the aunt decided some hours later not to leave the girl there. According to Magyar Nemzet’s report, no final decision has yet been reached on Fruzsina’s deportation, however “this is thought to happen sooner or later”.
The young woman was forced to return to Hungary after the country’s foreign minister Péter Szijjártó, who offered his personal help in arranging for her to remain in Sweden through diplomatic channels, admitted that no legal, political or financial solution could be found for her to stay in the Scandinavian country.
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