Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Facebook commented on his appearance on a football match with Romania in a scarf with a map of “Great Hungary”.
“Football is not a policy. Let’s not see what is not. The Hungarian national team is a team of all Hungarians, wherever they live!”, Orban wrote, adding Hungarian flags to the last phrase.
As reported, the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban came to a friendly football match between the national teams of Hungary and Greece in Budapest with a scarf, which depicts a map of “Great Hungary” with units of neighboring states – modern Austria, Slovakia, Romania, Romania, Romania, Romania Croatia, Serbia and Ukraine – which belonged to the Kingdom of Hungary until the end of the First World War, after which it lost them under the terms of the trianon peace treaty.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine stated that in response it calls the ambassador of Hungary.