Katalin Novák went to the high school in the US where she studied at the age of 15 on roller skates. The President briefly attended a school in Los Angeles back in the day.
Katalin Novák addressed the UN General Assembly in New York on 21 September and has been in the United States since then, szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu reports. She participated in the UN Forum for Women Heads of State and Government, and has also held talks with the UN Secretary-General, the Director-General of the World Health Organisation and the President of the World Jewish Congress.
Shortly afterwards, she also visited the US-Mexico border, where she discussed the migration situation. In San Diego, she awarded the Hungarian Order of Merit’s Central Cross to 95-year-old writer and Holocaust survivor Edit Éva Éger.
The President then went to Los Angeles, where she gave lectures at universities on the experience of Hungarian family support measures, met Hungarian scholars and leaders of local Jewish communities, and attended the family day of the Hungarian Reformed community.
Once in Los Angeles, she put on roller skates and rolled to the high school where she studied briefly at the age of 15. Her visit was captured on video which you can watch below:
Source: szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu, Telex.hu