Iohannis: Hungarian minority contributes to strengthening a modern, performant and inclusive Romanian society

Iohannis: Hungarian minority contributes to strengthening a modern, performant and inclusive Romanian society


President Klaus Iohannis sent a message on Friday, March 15, Hungary's National Day, saying that the local Hungarian minority contributes to "consolidating a modern, performant and inclusive Romanian society.",CE Report quotes Agerpres

"Through the traditions and heritage of which it is proud and that it contributes to the symphony of civilisations, as well as through the activity of its cultural, scientific, spiritual and political personalities, the Hungarian minority is a respected contributor to the consolidation of a modern, performing and inclusive Romanian society. These objectives, aiming to highlight the potential of each citizen, regardless of ethnicity, and enhanced by Romania's membership in the European Union, will have to be reaffirmed this election year. To the Romanian citizens of Hungarian extraction, I say may today's holiday be an occasion for communion joy that strengthens your confidence in the future. Let us remain united stand together around major projects for Romania," Iohannis said, according to a press release of the Presidential Administration.

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