On Sunday, during World War I, the Minister of Defense died of heroic death during the solemn surrender to the reborn soldiers soldiers, said that the dead soldier is no longer an enemy, resting anywhere in the world, deserves to commemorate him everywhere.
Tibor Benkő said in Debrecen at the Heroes Cemetery that the renovated cemetery was a worthy place of remembrance and memory.
As he said, in the cemetery, victims of the Great Battle of Debrecen on August 2, 1849: anonymous soldiers, soldiers who sacrificed their lives for independence and the freedom of their homeland.
Soldiers who died in the First and Second World Wars, moved to the cemetery cemetery.
That is why it is worth mentioning that it is a cemetery of Hungarian troops and a cemetery of heroes. The heroes, the victims, fell together, lie here together with the Hungarian soldiers on the ground together with those who were then enemies
Tibor Benko said.
According to him, many who went to war and went to war did not have the opportunity to rest their relatives in their homeland.
"They were not soldiers for the heroes, they started the war because they wanted to win: grandparents, fathers, young people who left their relatives at home, respect for everyone we remember in the heroes' garden, everywhere in the country," said the defense minister.
Tibor Benko also said that it is extremely important for the Hungarians to have peace in the country, in Europe. He asked the soldiers to serve Hungary, the security of the Hungarian people and peace, according to their oath, according to their best knowledge.