Poland and Hungary are once again fighting together for a common future and “supporting justice, solidarity and equal rights as they did in 1848-49,” Polish Prime Minister Tadeusz Morawiecki said during a state celebration of the anniversary of Hungary’s 1848 revolution in front of Budapest’s National Museum on Friday.
Morawiecki noted that the two nations had been friends for over a thousand years and fought together for freedom on several occasions.
“Now we are fighting for a better Hungary, a better Poland, a better Europe. For all who believe in a Europe of nations which will serve the common man rather than the elites,” he said.
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