Transylvania is the place of one of the most significant separatists conflicts in all of Europe.
In this historical region situated in the centre of Romania 20% of its population doesn’t even speak Romanian. Instead, Hungarian is their mother language. Not surprising, given the fact that Transylvania was part of Hungary for more than 9 centuries, up until the Trianon Treaty of 1920.
What is the Szekely Land? Why are Szekely Land’s demands causing such a significant diplomatic conflict? Well, today we are going to answer all of these questions.