Hungary Remembers 80 Years Since Holocaust With Lingering Pain

Hungary’s President, Tamás Sulyok, calls for respectful remembrance of the 600,000 Hungarian Jews who died in the Holocaust.

He emphasizes the importance of reflecting on the past and taking responsibility for the country’s collaboration with the Nazis.

Israeli President Isaac Herzog also acknowledges Hungary’s efforts in acknowledging past wrongs. Commemorations, including a travelling exhibition, highlight the need to remember the victims and work towards a better future.

Budapest Mayor Gergely Karácsony stresses the shared responsibility in preventing discrimination and hate.

Despite the tragic history, Hungary still hosts a significant Jewish community. The unveiling of a monument in Budapest pays tribute to the victims of the Holocaust, reminding us to never forge

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