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Péter Sztáray

PÉTER SZTÁRAY (Budapest, 1967) is Ambassador of Hungary to NATO and Minister of State for Security Policy. He graduated from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, at the Faculty of Law in 1993. He pursued his studies at the Vienna Diplomatic Academy between 1993–1994. He began his career at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and became the Head of the NATO Section in 2002. He held the position of Director for Security Policy between 2009–2010 and became Deputy State Secretary in 2010. Since 2013 he has been a Permanent Representative of Hungary to NATO.

14 March 2019
"Saint Thomas of Canterbury serves as a role model for us in more ways than one. For us, he is not just a saint, but a courageous man who stood up for the truth and Christianity at the cost of his own exemplary life and continues to connect two nations with illustrious histories."

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