We must preserve our national cultures and traditions, says Bence Tuzson in Brussels
The State Secretary for Public Service of the Prime Minister’s Office emphasized the importance of the preservation of nations at the commemoration of the 1848-49 Revolution and War for Independence in Brussels.
In 1848, the era required struggle, said State Secretary Bence Tuzson, because a nation would dissolve in an empire if it could not retain its identity.
“The revolutionaries and the freedom fighters have surely agreed on one thing: the fundamental importance of national survival,” he said.
At the event organized on March 15th by the Hungarian delegation of the European People’s Party in the European Parliament and the Magyar Hullám, Bence Tuzson stressed that the war…