“Our legacy is our children and how they will shape the country,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Saturday, marking the 140th anniversary of the kindergarten he attended in Alcsútdoboz, a village west of Budapest.
In a video posted on Facebook, Orbán thanked the staff of the Háromhárs kindergarten for their work.
“Kindergarten means that children come first; Hungarians place the greatest importance on their children and they are grateful to those who care for them,” Orbán told the kindergarten’s teachers.
The prime minister said he had fond memories of the kindergarten he attended 53 years ago and had benefitted much there.
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