Budapest, May 22 (MTI) – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán noted the close ties in the past centuries between religious renewal and the preservation of the Hungarian language and the strengthening of Hungarian identity in a written message delivered on the occasion of Hungarian Reformed Unity Day.

The main church service for the day, which celebrates the community of Hungarian Calvinists in the Carpathian Basin and scattered around the world, was held in a church in Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvár), Romania.

Orbán said there was “no more appropriate place” to mark the celebration than in “the treasured home of the Hungarian Calvinists in Kolozsvár”.

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