Hungarian messages on the Ukrainian rockets fired on Russian forces!
For Budapest, for Hungary, for 1956: these are the messages on the rockets of Ukrainian soldiers posing in front of Hungarian and Ukrainian flags in a recent photograph.
There is also a text on a rocket that reads: For Erika Szeles. Szeles was a 15-year-old martyr of the 1956 revolution, who was shot in the neck by Soviet soldiers who put down Hungary’s war for freedom. The photo also shows Sándor Fegyir, a teacher at the University of Uzhhorod, giving a lecture to his students from the front. We have also written an article about him.
The photos were shared by Viktor Shchadei, who used to be active as a politician and ran for the mayor of Uzhhorod, and is now fighting on the front with Fegyir, rtl.hu reports. He was also the one who posted about Ukrainian soldiers speaking to each other in Hungarian, thus hiding their communication from the Russians. You can find our article about that HERE.
In his comment to this post, Shchadei also sent a message in Hungarian on the occasion of 20 August. He wrote: “Congratulations to our Hungarian friends on the occasion of the celebration of the founding of the state (St. Stephen’s Day). We remember all those who perished at the hands of Russia. And we know from Hitler’s example that such dictators do not stop at one state. That is why we are now defending the freedom of Ukraine and Europe. For our freedom and for yours!”
You can see the full post below:
On Saturday, 7,622 people crossed the Ukrainian-Hungarian border into Hungary, while 13,086 of those entering the Romanian-Hungarian border declared that they had come from Ukraine, the National Police Headquarters (ORFK) said.
Of those who entered, police issued 378 people with temporary residence permits valid for 30 days. They will have to go to the office of the National Directorate General for Aliens Affairs in their place of residence to obtain permanent documents.
On Saturday, 713 people, including 363 children, arrived in Budapest by train to escape the war in Ukraine. The Budapest Police Headquarters is assisting refugees arriving by train from Ukraine with the Standby Police. The Budapest Civil Guard Association is also providing support, the police website said.