“Of the dangers posed by the Brussels quota package, the security risks are by far the most serious”, Parliamentary State Secretary Csaba Dömötör declared at his press conference in Röszke, which he held jointly with Minister of Defence István Simicskó.
In Újdörögd on Tuesday, Minister of Defence István Simicskó said that terrorist attacks may occur anytime in Hungary too, so we an increased number of exercises are needed to be conducted that enable us to provide effective security.
Reacting to remarks made by European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas, Minister of Defence Dr. István Simicskó told Hungarian news agency MTI that the 2 October quota referendum is now timelier and more justified than ever before.
Speaking at an event held by the Hungarian Defence Forces Military Police Center in Budapest on Tuesday, 13 September, Minister of Defence István Simicskó stated that security challenges demand the strengthening of the security and sense of safety of the Hungarian people.
Minister of Defence István Simicskó has pointed out that the quota referendum on 2 October is about the future of Hungary and the Hungarian people.
The conference “Seoul Defense Dialogue” took place in South Korea between 7-9 September. The event aimed to provide a forum for the discussion of possible answers to complex security challenges.
Speaking at a commemoration held on Saturday, 27 August to mark the 490th anniversary of the Battle of Mohács at the National Memorial Place of Mohács, Minister of Defence István Simicskó stated that “today we must guarantee the Hungarian people’s future and security against the new forms of emerging threats.
In his welcome speech delivered at the military officers’ commissioning ceremony held on Saturday, 20th August outside Parliament building in Kossuth Lajos Square, Minister of Defence István Simicskó emphasized that “the Hungarian state is a fixed point in a changing world”.
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