My main interests are in European languages when it comes to history and culture, it is my heritage, my birthplace.
Eh, Europe may be your birthplace but Hungarian and even Russian are no more part of your heritage than they are of mine.
I have no interest and even dislike for example Russian literature, like most people don't.
Really? Dostoyevsky is one of my favourite authors. That's part of why I'm interested in Russian (among many other reasons).
You can also notice I choose mostly the major world languages, or at least the bit international ones. Despite my localist attitude I am a cosmopolitan, it's part of my life philosophy, and I would like to communicate with people from across our homeworld.
I've always thought these categories were somewhat mutually exclusive. But if you say so.
I am having second thoughts about Hebrew.
Well, it's more useful than Sanskrit at least.
I would also add Korean.
I thought that too once. Then I picked up a book on it.