The District State Prosecutor's Office and the Prosecutor's Office in Győr did not provide evidence if there is no evidence of an investigation and the termination of criminal proceedings in a case filed by the Slovak authorities for false testimony and other criminal offenses.

On the basis of information and evidence, it can not be established that Zsák Malina Hedviget was not attacked. As a consequence, we can not doubt that we should be false witnesses. In addition, the investigation is not expected to continue, the Prosecutor-General Győr-Moson-Sopron said on Thursday.

Péter Takács wrote that the prosecution stopped the prosecution as "the only reasonable and legitimate solution".

The notice recalled that the Slovak prosecutor's office accused Malina Hedviget in the district court in Nitra in 2014 to file a false testimony in 2006 about the investigation into the robbery in the police investigation.

According to his testimony, on August 25, 2006, in Nyitra, after Mostna Bridge Bridge, after a conversation with a Hungarian person, he attacked, beaten and robbed two people; she removed her trousers, her blazers, removed her earrings, and took her purse. According to the Slovak prosecutor's office, this was a way of a false witness and a false oath.

Malina Hedvig, in February 2016, appealed to the Nyitra District Court to bring the case to the court in Hungary. The request was supported by Tomás Borec, Minister of Justice after the parliamentary elections in March 2016. On 27 December 2016, the State Prosecutor decided to take over the case and go to the district state prosecutor's office in Győr-Moson-Sopron.

The subject of the criminal proceedings was whether it can undoubtedly be established that the attack allegedly not committed for Nyitra was violated because in this case it would only be proved that the false witness was a crime.

The district and state prosecutor's office in Győr decided to interrupt the procedure by assessing the exceptionally large but controversial evidence recorded by the Slovakian law enforcement authorities during the proceedings received by the Hungarian authorities and assessing them separately and in their context.

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