The EU auditors objected, for example, that the fund of Zsolt Hernádi, head of the Hungarian oil company MOL, provided EU money for a company managing websites used for finding sex partners. Several problems were also identified at an other fund, which was then co-owned by András Tombor, former advisor of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. A criminal proceeding is currently ongoing regarding the operation of this fund, Hungarian authorities said.
Direkt36: Internal document shows that EU criticized public venture capital projects ran by influential Hungarian businessmen
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