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Embassy of Hungary in Serbia hosted a reception marking country’s Republic Day. 

Hungarian Ambassador H.E. Attila Pinter emphasized in his speech that 23 October is an important day for the Hungarians because of three reasons.

“First reason is that nothing should break us, we must never give up the fight, even if we must forcefully defend our truth, our freedom. Second, a very important message is national unity since Hungarian history is full of events when – let us admit – there is a divide within the nation. And the third very important reason is, I believe, that on 23 October 1956, one should always remember and look back with dignity,” said Ambassador Pinter.
 

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