Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that when it came to the Vatican, a country did not have a political relationship but a spiritual one. The prime minister said the Vatican and the Hungarian state both agree on the importance of family. “All of us here in Rome, in the Vatican and in Budapest think that the family is the most important community of our times. The last refuge and the safest habor for man in this modern world is the family, he said. This is why we must mobilise all our efforts to protect and strengthen this most important human community in our modern age, and we can count on the Holy Father in this endeavor,” PM Orbán said.
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