Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has sent a letter of condolence to British Prime Minister Theresa May following the terrorist attack in London.
On behalf of every Hungarian, the prime minister offered his condolences to relatives of the victims. “We shall pray for the people of Great Britain, and we feel for them in these difficult moments," PM Orbán wrote in his letter.
“Not even this terrible event can diminish our determination to fight against terrorism and violence," he wrote, reassuring the British prime minister that Hungary will remain a firm ally of the United Kingdom in the fight against international terrorism.
Four people lost their lives and more than 20 were seriously injured when an attacker drove a 4x4 automobile along pavements on Westminster Bridge before crashing into the parliament building. A police officer lost his lfe trying to stop the attacker from entering parliament.