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Szijjártó: Hungary Stands by Austria after Terrorist Attack, Europe Should ‘Sound the Alarm’

MTI-Hungary Today 2020.11.03.

Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó on Tuesday expressed solidarity with Austria in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Vienna on Monday, and said that Europe should “sound the alarm” and stand together in the face of the “appalling wave of terrorism” threatening it.

In a Facebook post published after a series of shootings killed at least three people in Vienna on Monday evening, the Foreign Minister of the Orbán government said “we must realise that Europe’s security, and with it the European lifestyle, is under attack.”

Szijjártó: Wake up Europe! Extremist, anti-Christian Ideologies Starting to Break Loose
Szijjártó: Wake up Europe! Extremist, anti-Christian Ideologies Starting to Break Loose

Extremist, anti-Christian ideologies, groups and persons that aim to destroy traditional European values and ways of life are starting to break loose, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said on Thursday. In a Facebook entry starting as “Wake up Europe! The beheading of a teacher, murder in a church, the desecration of the Holy Father’s statue. What […]Continue reading

“Europe and the European nations have to defend themselves against the senseless aggression to avoid great calamity,” Szijjártó said.

Featured photo by MTI/EPA/Christian Bruna