János Hunyadi Award in Brussels, in the organization of the Foundation for a Civic Hungary 20 March 2024

Sibinjanin Janko, the Hungarian-Serbian hero, is part of our tradition and numerous epic poems. He is the army leader who connects two nations as a symbol of victory over the Turks.

That is why it was our great pleasure to attend the granting of the award bearing his name – János Hunyadi in Hungarian. At the event in Brussels, organized by the Foundation for a Civic Hungary, Prime Minister Victor Orban delivered the award to Mr. Antoni Legutko, Member of the European Parliament and Professor of Philosophy.

We are grateful for the opportunity to strengthen the friendly relations of the Serbian and Hungarian nations in this way as well.

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