Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday sent a letter of condolences to Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand, expressing his sympathies over a terrorist attack which claimed 50 lives in two mosques in the city of Christchurch.
“This brutal attack unfortunately once again proved that in the 21st century, hate, violence and terror knows no boundaries or borders. I can assure you that Hungary and the Hungarian government condemns all forms of violence, and we will continue to support international efforts aimed at eradicating terrorism and violent extremism,” Orbán wrote.
President Áder sends condolences over terrorist attacks in New Zealand
President János Áder has expressed his condolences to Governor-General Patsy Reddy of New Zealand over the terrorist attacks committed in Christchurch on Friday.
In the message, Áder said he was deeply shocked to learn about the attacks that claimed many lives.
On behalf of the Hungarian people, the president expressed condolences to the families and friends of the victims and wished quick recovery to those injured.
On the featured photo illustration: PM Viktor Orbán and President János Áder. Photo by Tibor Illyés/MTI