President János Áder and Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda held a video call on the occasion of Hungarian-Polish Friendship Day. The two presidents made note of the historical ties between the two nations and praised the common values and achievements of the two countries, the Office of the President of the Republic said in a statement. Further, they discussed European and international current affairs, including the coronavirus pandemic. In 2007, Hungary’s parliament and the Polish Sejm declared March 23 the Day of Hungarian-Polish Friendship. Amid the current circumstances, the Polish and Hungarian embassies are also celebrating with a series of virtual events, the statement said.