Navy parade, fireworks and pageant ambiance – Hungary celebrates the most important nationwide vacation
As before the crown, Budapest is full of tourists who rush to see the most important attractions of the capital, such as the crown of St. Stephen in the Parliament building.
The crown of the founder of the Hungarian state and the founder of Christianity is a symbol of unity and togetherness, which the neighbors expressed even in the time of the crown.
All anti-epidemic measures have been abolished, because more than 56% of the population has been completely vaccinated.
However, the Hungarian president says that they paid a high price for the pandemic, because more than 30,000 Hungarians lost their lives from Kovid 19.
Janos Ader, the president of Hungary, says that during the pandemic, people discovered that they could be selfless, helpful, considerate towards each other.
“We had to adapt in order to survive in these areas in the heart of Europe, in order to provide a life worthy of trust, strength, acquisition,” Ader added.
The pastor expects the strengthening of cooperation between Serbia and Hungary
The President of the Assembly of Vojvodina received one of the greatest state decorations from the state leadership of Hungary.
Regarding the future of Hungarian-Serbian relations, Istvan Pastor says that it is the preservation and further strengthening of mutual trust, the search for common elements for strengthening that cooperation.
“I think that this cooperation will be strengthened in the institutional sense as well, because an agreement on strategic partnership will be signed between the two countries in September,” Pastor points out.
During the celebration in front of the Parliament building, new classes of young soldiers and officers were promoted, a military parade was held and the possibilities of the Hungarian aviation and the advantages of modern aircraft were presented.
The highlight of the celebration is the fireworks above the Danube – bigger than ever and will last 34 minutes.
The festival atmosphere on the streets and squares of Hungarian cities will last until Sunday, with Hungarian gastronomic specialties and music programs.