The Polish president presents a high state honor to the Hungarian ambassador in Warsaw

Polish President Andrzej Duda on Wednesday presented the Commander’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland to Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovacs, the Hungarian Ambassador to Warsaw, for strengthening and strengthening Polish-Hungarian friendship, the embassy said.

In his eulogy, Duda praised the ambassador for her “exemplary and dedicated work” in strengthening Polish-Hungarian relations during her past seven and a half years in service. The Polish president said he insisted on personally presenting the award to the ambassador in appreciation of her “outstanding service to the two nations,” noting that such an occasion had rarely occurred during his presidency.

“I can say with full responsibility that it is rare to have an ambassador in a diplomatic corps who fulfills her role in such an extraordinary way as Ambassador Orsolya Kovacs during her mission to Poland. She is an extremely active and warm-hearted person who understands the Polish way of thinking very well,” said Duda.

In her acceptance speech, Kovacs emphasized the importance of cherishing the national heritage through the generations, which she called “the key to maintaining the special relations between Poland and Hungary.”

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