I also went to Kyiv to be here today in Transcarpathia

I also went to Kyiv to be here today in Transcarpathia

President Katalin Novak arrived in Subcarpathia on Sunday morning. The The real word is Carpathians Based on his reports, Novak first visited Beregszász, considered the center of Transcarpathian Hungarianism, where he participated in an Advent service held in the Reformed Church.

President of the Republic Catalin Novak at the service held in the Beregsász Reformed Church on November 27, 2022. Seated next to Head of State Christophe Altoch, Diplomatic Director of the Sandor Palace, István Ugyarto, Hungarian Ambassador to Kyiv, and Tamas Śanda, Chief of Staff to the President of the Republic - Photo: Noémi Bruzák/ MTI

President of the Republic Catalin Novak at the service held in the Beregsász Reformed Church on November 27, 2022. Seated next to Head of State Christophe Altoch, Diplomatic Director of the Sandor Palace, István Ugyarto, Hungarian Ambassador to Kyiv, and Tamas Śanda, Chief of Staff to the President of the Republic – Photo: Noémi Bruzák/ MTI

In a letter to members of the Hungarian Transcarpathian community, he declared: 15 million of us are here in spirit, who sympathize with those in trouble. As he said

It is a gift to him that he can light the first Advent candle late on a Sunday afternoon in long-suffering Transcarpathia.

Later II. His path led to the Hungarian Ferenc Rákóczi Transcarpathian College and then to Cebe. Novák shared photos of his Transcarpathian program on his Facebook page. In this post he wrote: “I went to Kyiv to be here today in Transcarpathia.”

Here we wrote about the visit of the President of the Republic to Kyiv on Saturday, and in this video the First Lady’s staff summed up the events of that day.

Katalin Novak discussed grain delivery options, met with Volodymyr Zelensky, condemned Russian aggression, and according to her, the parties must return to the negotiating table, open diplomatic channels, and the ultimate goal should be a just peace.

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