The President of the Republic, Katalin Novák, Commander-in-Chief of the National Defense, received Romulus Ruszin-Szendi, Commander of the Hungarian National Defense, in her office on Tuesday.
President of the Republic Katalin Novák receives Romulus Ruszin-Szendi, the commander of the Hungarian Defense Forces, in the Sándor Palace on August 30, 2022. Photo: MTI/Noémi Bruzák
After their discussion, which lasted for about an hour, in the Tükör Hall of the Sándor Palace, Romulusz Ruszin-Szendi told the press:
among other things, he informed the head of state about how they are trying to speed up the increase in readiness and how they can mobilize the national defense.
They also discussed the situation of the two conflict zones affecting Hungary; they reviewed the experience of the Russian-Ukrainian war, as well as the security issues of the Western Balkans, especially Kosovo, he added.
István Kun Szabó, the chief aide to the President of the Republic, highlighted that
Katalin Novák assured the commander of the national defense of her support.
He also said: the head of state is going to Kosovo on September 13 for a two-day visit, where he will see the KFOR forces and hold a meeting with the Hungarian commander of the KFOR mission, Ferenc Kajári.
Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.
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