A list of persons from Hungary, Romanian ethnics wishing to receive Romanian citizenship is currently prepare, Eva Iova, Romanian from Hungary and director of the Romanian publication in Hungary Foaia Romaneasca declared in a teleconference organized by Cristian Diaconescu.

The truth is that none of the members of Romanian community in Hungary was asked if they want or not Romanian citizenship, she said. We are considering making up a list in which those wishing to receive Romanian citizenship and express their views and see whether it is worth it, Iova said. Romanian Vice President of the Senate, Cristian Diaconescu conducted an official visit at Gyula in Hungary last week where the first and only Romanian high school exists. However, according to Romanians in Hungary, the high school has only 2 hours of Romanian language per week and most courses are taught in Hungarian.