Viktor Orbán said that Hungary must not return to the education system in place before 2010, adding that in his opinion the current government has chosen the right direction in this field.
Viktor Orbán said that “The Government is supporting Hungarian capital and, bearing in mind the country’s size, the road to success leads through exports”.
Following talks with Bulgarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán said that a new situation has been established in the European Union: migration has become the number one public security issue.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that “Hungary and Mongolia are both successful and the governments of the two countries both have an interest in joint successes”.
“Further measures are required in view of the increased risk and threat of terrorism”, the Head of the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister declared at a conference on Saturday.
„Europe has not faced this many security threats since the Second World War: the continent is facing grave challenges from both the south and east”, Péter Szijjártó with respect to Friday’s informal meeting of EU Foreign Affairs and Defence Ministers in Amsterdam.
“It must be made clear that the education system prior to 2010 was a complete failure, so this is not a system we can return to”, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said on Thursday night on M1 Hungarian television.
“Reducing bureaucracy is aimed at increasing the country’s competitiveness and increasing its economy”, the Minister of Prime Minister’s Office said in an interview with Hungarian news agency MTI. János Lázár summed up the basic principle behind reducing bureaucracy with a quote from Elbert Einstein: “The state is our servant and not we its slaves”.
“The Government is ready to begin talks on public education at any time, but asks that politics isn’t taken into schools”, the Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office said at the Government Info 38 press conference.
On Wednesday afternoon Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski in Parliament. The Polish politician was on an official visit to Budapest to hold talks with his Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó.
“Hungarian-Polish and Visegrád Group cooperation has always been in the focus of Hungarian foreign policy and will remain so in future”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and trade Péter Szijjártó said following talks with his Polish counterpart on Wednesday.
The retail sector’s growth of 2015 was unprecedented in the past more than ten years, Deputy State Secretary for Domestic Economy Áron Márk Lenner told public news channel M1, commenting on the latest retail sales data published by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (KSH) earlier today.