Finally we know what does the government want to build.
Well that has to be incredibly frustrating. I wonder whether there will be any repercussions on political levels with Hungary and Germany, Austria, or Slovakia, or whether the repercussions stay on the World Heritage Site level.
In general, this puts a pall on transnational nominations, particularly those with more than two state parties. As someone who already would love to see more cooperation to combine existing thematic sites (Iguazu Falls; Jesuit Missions; Routes of Santiago de Compostela), I don't view this as a good thing for state parties deciding to submit future nominations. That said, maybe the upcoming limits will force state parties to think transnationally even if they are reluctant.