Hungary’s President Novak Affirms Commitment to Freedom, Family, and Christian Values



Hungarian President Katalin Novak has emphasized Hungary’s commitment to freedom, family, and Christian tradition in an interview with The Australian. Novak dismissed claims that Hungary is anti-Semitic, citing the solidarity shown by people of various political affiliations after the attacks on Israel by Hamas. She also criticized the Western media’s portrayal of Hungary as anti-democratic, attributing it to a lack of understanding of the Hungarian language and the country’s conservative stance. Novak expressed her identity as a mother, wife, Hungarian, and Christian, and highlighted the importance of addressing the demographic crisis. As a conservative leader, she aims to support families in their desire to have children and to ensure that women have the choice to balance motherhood and a career. Novak also expressed gratitude to Australia for welcoming Hungarian refugees in the past.

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