lundi 6 décembre 2010

Hongrie : le parti Jobbik et l'amitié turco-hongroise

Tamás Hegedűs, Jobbik deputy floor leader and the head of the Turkish-Hungarian friendship committee visited Turkey

Saturday, October 16, 2010

The Hungarian Turkish Friendship park in Szigetvár

Tamás Hegedűs, Jobbik deputy floor leader and the head of the Turkish-Hungarian friendship committee just returned from Turkey where he spent three days talking to his counterpart and touring several famous sites.
The Turkish-Hungarian friendship committee of the Parliament was formed after the April election. Jobbik is the only party in counrty that advocating improving Hungarian-Eastern relations and building strong ties with countries that Hungarians have common heritage.

Hegedűs visited Ankara and Istanbul where he met with several Turkish officials discussing issues relevant to both nations. He said he found Turkish hospitality amazing and learned from first hand experience that the Turkish people considered Hungarians kindred nation.

Istanbul is a developing city, clean and brims with life. The streets are clean and the buildings are flying national flags. Inspired by their rich history, the Turkish people are forging ahead to build a nation based on traditional values said Tamás Hegedűs.

During the three days stay, the delegation visited the Atatürk Museum and the Hagia Sofia that are among the most famous cultural sites of Europe.

The next meeting of the Turkish-Hungarian friendship committee will be held in Budapest in the spring of 2011.

(barikad.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
Source : http://www.hungarianambiance.com/2010/10/tamas-hegedus-jobbik-deputy-floor.html

ça change de Sarkozy...

Pour information, le touranisme, glorifiant Attila et mettant l'accent sur des liens de parenté entre Magyars et Turcs, fut très à la mode dans la Hongrie d'avant 1945 (Ármin Vámbéry alias Hermann Bamberger, Société Touranienne/Turáni Társaság avec Pál Teleki et Alajos Paikert, tank Turán sous l'Amiral Horthy). "Turcophilie" qui a su dépasser la question du conflit entre le christianisme et l'islam.