In a letter to Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Polish Prime Minister Viktor Orban welcomed the Polish people during the 100th anniversary of Independence independence, Bertalan Havasi, the Under-Secretary of State for the Presidency, told the MTI on Thursday morning.
"Please allow me to congratulate you and the Polish people on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the return of the independence of Poland. The proclamation of the Republic of the Fourteenth is a great sanctuary for the entire Polish people, in which we Hungarians share with our whole hearts," writes Orbán Viktors.
"Although both countries today can say that they have a free and independent state, the storms of history are silencing us, and even the waves are getting higher and higher. The independence of Hungary and Poland today is still subjected to serious attacks," the Hungarian prime minister warned.
He emphasized: "We, the Hungarians and the Poles, are thousands of years of European history and, therefore, we have always wanted to create a strong European, historic, religious and cultural tradition. We know what it means to fight for freedom, so we We insist on it in all circumstances. There is a true, selfless, long-standing friendship that keeps counting on us and can count on one another's support. "
"Please accept my greetings on the 100th anniversary of the re-independence of Poland, a long and vibrant, independent Poland!" Orbán Viktor closed his letter to his Polish counterpart.