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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