The next years will have to be about people who work hard every single day – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated in his State of the Nation address delivered in Várkert Bazár in Budapest on Friday.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stressed that there is a need to develop a solution to ensure gas supply to Central Europe – and thus to Hungary – via Turkey.
On Hungary’s side, the strong commitment to the Polish-Hungarian friendship still prevails – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at a joint press conference with Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and President Vladimir Putin agreed that Hungary can use the amount of gas which has not been consumed so far, within long-term gas contracts due to expire this year.
The Prime Minister’s Office does not hinder the opening of House of Fates, a project commemorating child victims of the Holocaust, in any way and regards the approval of the Jewish community of Hungary and the experts especially important – Deputy State Secretary for Priority Social Affairs reported.
“As a committed supporter, Hungary is helping to build peace in the Balkans, which can only be achieved through Euro-Atlantic integration”, the Minister of Defence stated on Friday, February 27 during the homecoming ceremony of the Hungarian Defence Forces KFOR-11 contingent in Tata.
The Minister for National Economy has allocated more than HUF 154 million for the Hungarian subsidiary of Opel to help fund a vocational training centre. As a result, the company can increase the number of apprentices by fifty and it will also add to the teaching staff.
Statement of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán
American General Motors and its subsidiary Opel will increase their staff by five hundred people and will establish a new training centre, as well as a service centre in Hungary, Péter Szijjártó and Joachim Koschnicke, the Opel Group’s Vice President of European Government Relations announced at a press conference.
As of next week, bank customers will feel some tangible effects as banks are to repay income generated by unfair, unilateral modifications to contracts and by exploiting bid-ask exchange rate gaps, Minister for National Economy Mihály Varga said at a press conference in Budapest.
On Thursday, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó welcomed British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Philip Hammond who is paying a two-day visit to Budapest.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade communicated to MTI that a delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade will travel to Moscow in the beginning of March to negotiate about the participation of Hungarian companies in infrastructure development projects in Russia.