Common history of two nations – past and presentText: Ltc. Eszter Skrinyár | Photo: Hungarian National Museum, Csaba Schumy and the author |  19:20 December 10, 2021
Major General Denis Tretinjak, Commander of the Headquarters Multinational Division – Centre and Brigadier General Ernő Péter Siposs, Deputy Commander, represented the international unit based in Székesfehérvár at the “Ars et virtus. Croatia – Hungary: 800 years of shared cultural heritage” at the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest on 9 December 2021.
The exhibition, organized by the Hungarian National Museum and the Galerija Klovićevi dvori offering the common history of the two nations, can be visited between 10 December 2021 and 15 March 2022, leads the visitor partly chronologically and thematically through 308 objects, presenting the traces, contexts and nexus of the common past of the two nations.
One of the valuable forms of outstanding co-operation between the two nations is the regional military formation, located in Székesfehervár, established for common defence purposes. The basic idea of foundation of Headquarters Multinational Division – Centre was offered to NATO by Croatia and Hungary in 2018.
The military organization, soon is going to be activated and become part of the Alliance's Force Structure, will link the nations' common defence efforts for the present and beyond, creating another force element of regional command and control for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.