The adoption of the Digital Prosperity Programme in December 2015 also meant that the Government had decided on the development of specialised digital strategies.
The Government would like Hungary to become a partner country and a guest of honour of the digital exhibition and fair CeBIT in the near future, and also for this reason, the Government is diverting its full attention to the event to begin next Monday in Hannover, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said.
Hungary is being attacked in vain; the Government stands by the protection of the borders and says no to resettlement. If they attack us three times, we shall tell them nine times that also in this department, we do not accept the withdrawal of powers from the Member States, Csaba Dömötör said, who described Hungary’s immigration policy departing from the mainstream as the main cause of the Brussels and international attacks levelled against Hungary in recent weeks.
The Government is committed to preserving job creation grants, the State Secretary for Government Communication stressed in Pécs, in the context of the fact that „the European Union seeks to move this issue to its own competence”.
A joint press conference held by the Government and the governing party has drawn attention to the fact that according to Fidesz, Brussels and the Soros organisations have launched a fierce attack against Hungary because of the introduction of stricter border security measures and for stopping immigrants.
“Europe needs to re-plan, because in addition to the increasingly frequent problems of an economic nature, it must also combat an identity crisis”, Parliamentary State Secretary Csaba Dömötör from the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister said on Monday at a ceremony in Brussels to mark the 169th anniversary of the 1848 Hungarian revolution and war of independence.
Action must be taken to prevent the European Commission from imposing penalties on the EU Member States which refuse to implement the decisions on the resettlement of asylum-seekers, the State Secretary responsible for government communication said on the public service television news channel M1 on Friday evening.
“The VAT on internet access will be reduced to 5 percent from 1 January 2018, according to the 2017-2018 schedule of the Digital Prosperity Programme (DPP)”, Prime Ministerial Commissioner for the DPP, Tamás Deutsch said in Budapest.
Rather than harassing EU nationals at the borders, illegal migration should be stopped, State Secretary for Government Communication Bence Tuzson said at his press conference held in Budapest on Saturday in the context of an EU regulation currently in the making.