Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán believes it is the “calling” of Europe’s conservative former Soviet satellite states to bring their “uncompromising” tradition of anti-communism into the “common store” of Western values.
Orbán issued the calling to mark 30th anniversary of the formation of the Visegrád group of socially conservative countries in Central Europe — not Eastern European, as commonly thought Britain, given their place in the continent’s geographical centre between Western Europe and the nations of the former Soviet Union — namely Hungary, Poland, Czechia, and Slovakia.
The Visegrad countries’ “traditional mission”, the national conservative leader wrote in an article for Magyar Nemzet, a translation of which has been by Breitbart London, was “meaningless for as long as Soviet troops were stationed in our countries”.
“[O]ur horizons were restricted and our strength diverted by the task of freeing ourselves of our own communists and – after the bayonets of the occupiers had
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