Not only this Miklós Kásler has assumed many honorary civil titles, but the Minister gave a speech on this occasion in Ipolyhídvég in the Highlands. That’s what MTI says, and we do the same.
In his thanksgiving speech at the local culture house, the minister stressed that the Central European region is linked by a million threads after its one thousand and one hundred years history.
Miklós Kásler emphasized that in the present world we live as if there is an “interregnum” – interregnum – in the Euro-Atlantic world, when people cannot or do not want to live like their ancestors.
He described this as unacceptable to the throngs of people with different histories, different outlook on life, and different way of life who come to the area during migration, but also have different goals and fail to integrate them.
The minister put it this way, looking to the east, ancient cultures thrive and prosper economically and dominate economic power. As he said, these cultures do not suffer from identity disorder, they know who they are, they know what to do, and what they want to do. . added They don’t have a demographic crisisAnd the It is not an ideological problem.
In that case, what could Central Europe do? asked Miklos Kasler. He noted that we can rely on our common history, the outlook on life as we see the world, which, he emphasized, is very similar in the Carpathian Basin.
“The future in my direction is for all the countries that live here to feel that this is their home,” said Miklos Kalsler. As he said, the region prospered as long as it was unified. Where the unit has been fragmented across the board, economically. In transportation, ideologically, our fate stops. ”