The scandal does not subside: the Slovak foreign minister considers Orbán’s Great-Hungarian scarf disgusting

As we reported earlier, Viktor Orbán rejoiced with Balázs Dzuzszák with a Great-Hungarian scarf around his neck after the soccer player’s last national team match. The Romanians quickly blew the fuse, the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs didn’t leave him without a word either, they asked the Hungarian ambassador in Kyiv about the scarf. After the Croatian head of state, the Austrian foreign ministry and the Slovak foreign minister also reacted to the scarf case.

The scandal does not subside: the Slovak foreign minister considers Orbán's Great-Hungarian scarf disgusting
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On Monday, Slovak Foreign Minister Rastislav Káčer reacted to Orbán’s scarf on his page:

Hungarians in Slovakia are at home and belong here, like all other citizens. Our citizens. But irredentism and revisionism have no place in our relationships. We saw where such emotions and plans lead in 1939, and we see it today in Ukraine under Russian aggression.

Then, using the word disgust, he described what he felt about the behavior of the Hungarian Prime Minister.

Regarding Orbán’s scarf, Foreign Minister Andrej Stančík (OľANO) said that the Hungarian Prime Minister’s expression

extremely insensitive, especially in view of the war in Ukraine, during which Russia took possession of part of the territory of the neighboring country.

He emphasized that Slovakia is an independent and sovereign state, not a part of Hungary. He cannot imagine how such a scarf, offensive to Slovakia, could have ended up around Orbán’s neck.

This kind of historical revisionism is extremely dangerous these days.

Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky wrote on Twitter:

Europe is facing its greatest security and economic challenges since the end of World War II. The unity and cooperation of the countries in the EU is now crucial. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s provocation is unacceptable. I completely understand the annoyance of our Slovak and other friends.


Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.

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