“The Government is launching an internet consultation on regulatory issues that have arisen as a result of the Verona bus accident”, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said in the recess of today’s cabinet meeting.
On Friday morning, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács told Kossuth Radio’s “180 Minutes” programme that the pragmatic and practical steps Hungary has been highlighting for two years are now central concepts in the European Union.
“The joint statement adopted at last week’s EU summit in Malta is to all intents and purposes equivalent to what Hungary has been proposing with relation to reinforcing the protection of Europe’s external borders and restoring law and order along the EU’s border zones in the interests of managing the situation”, Zoltán Kovács said in London.
“The positions that Hungary has been stressing for some time with regard to stopping migration are slowly prevailing, one step at a time”, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said in a telephone statement to Hungarian news agency MTI, based on the news received so far from the EU summit in Malta.
At an international press conference in Brussels on Monday, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said that the chief measure of solidarity is full compliance with the rules of the European Union.
It is the duty of the authorities to find out who is responsible under criminal law for the malpractices and irregularities surrounding the metro line 4 project, but political responsibility clearly lies with the liberal-socialist metropolitan leadership and government in office at the time, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said.
According to Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács’s communication, it is necessary to hold consultations with the European Commission as to whether the report of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) regarding metro line 4 may be published, and if so, in what form.
“Creating the legal and technical conditions for the detention of refugees is the task of the Ministry of Interior”, the Government Spokesperson said on Hungarian M1 television’s Thursday evening current affairs program.
Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács has told Hungarian television channel M1 that people will eventually identify those – including even certain politicians – who must be held accountable for terrorism.