Laszlo spoke at a Friday news conference at Tynecastle
Hearts have appointed Uganda coach Csaba Laszlo as their new manager.
The 44-year-old former Ferencváros and Borussia Mönchengladbach coach has signed a three-year contract following the exit of caretaker Stevie Frail.
Romania-born Laszlo will work with sport director Anatoly Korobochka on first-team matters, Hearts announced.
Hearts had earlier received permission to speak to Laszlo from the Ugandan FA, a compensation deal having been agreed for the former Hungary international.
Frail parted company with Hearts on Wednesday, ending a difficult six months in charge, during which they finished a disappointing eighth in the Scottish Premier League.
There was talk of player unrest during those months - one of the longest searches for a manager by any club.
And fans were becoming concerned that it would be difficult to find a top manager willing to work with majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov, who has been accused of meddling in team affairs under previous coaches.
But Laszlo called for those wounds to be healed.
"The most important thing is to know everybody can talk to me," he told Hearts' website.
"Together we can change everything. Together is the most important word in my coaching thinking.
"We are all together. We are not one person."
Hearts turned to Laszlo after Motherwell boss Mark McGhee rejected the opportunity to become the new manager at Tynecastle.
Vladimir Weiss held discussions with Romanov before taking on the Slovakian national job, while talks with German Jurgen Rober stalled.
Former Stoke boss Gudjon Thordarson and sacked Leicester manager Ian Holloway had also been linked with the job.
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