June 4th, 2019
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, addressing a commemoration of the Trianon Peace Treaty on Tuesday, said: "We can stand proud and declare that we have survived." "Here we are at the heart of Europe, despite being divided up, despite wars and dictatorships," Viktor Orban said in his address in in Satoraljaujhely, north-east Hungary, marking Hungary's National Cohesion Day. Hungarians, he said, had "not only survived but they are now the largest nation in the Carpathian Basin". "Together we will again be great, successful and victorious," Orban told his audience, some 1,000 young people from ethnic Hungarian communities participating in a camp organised by the Rakoczi Association. He added that Hungary seeks to cooperate with its neighbours and anyone willing to cooperate "will do well".