- 27 Apr 2016 9:00 AM
RTL Klub has reported that Unesco may investigate the matter.
Unesco said the Prime Minister’s Office had submitted a request to be the protector of the building, which was approved.
PMO deputy minister Nándor Csepreghy told RTL that the balcony is needed so that important guests can be received at an impressive place on a par with those in other European big cities.
The adjacent Sándor Palace, home to the president’s office, has a similar balcony overlooking the Danube.
Source: Hungary Around the Clock
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