Hungary’s March 15 national holiday commemorating the 1848-49 revolution and freedom fight was marked in Poland with an award ceremony, a panel discussion and an academic competition on Wednesday. At a ceremony in Warsaw, Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovács, Hungary’s ambassador to Poland, was presented with an award in recognition of her efforts to promote Polish-Hungarian partnership. In Wroclaw, in western Poland, a panel discussion was held on the revolutions of 1848 with the participation of Hungarian, Polish and German experts. The event was organised by the local Hungarian and German diplomatic missions, the Polish-Hungarian Association of Wroclaw and the Liszt Institute of Warsaw. Around 2,200 students from 315 secondary schools participated in a nationwide academic competition on the history of Polish-Hungarian relations.