Hungary and Austria are ready to cooperate in the resolution of migration issues as well, the two countries’ Defence and Interior Ministers stressed on Friday in St. Martin in Burgenland where they held bilateral talks.
The two-day Meeting of NATO Ministers of Defence, held on 14–15 June in Brussels, has ended. It was aimed at paving the way for the decisions to be taken at the upcoming NATO Summit to be held in Warsaw on 8–9 July.
On Tuesday, 14 June Chief of Defence Gen. Dr. Tibor Benkő received Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces Gen. Ljubisa Diković at an official Serbian–Hungarian border meeting held in Szeged, Hungary.
Minister of Defence Dr. István Simicskó is heading the Hungarian delegation at a two-day Meeting of NATO Ministers of Defence that started on Tuesday, 14 June in Brussels.
The amendment to the Fundamental Law passed by Parliament on Tuesday and the counter-terrorism package of the Ministry of Interior serve the everyday security of the Hungarian people, State Secretary for Government Communication Bence Tuzson said after the adoption of the decisions by Parliament.
Speaking in Parliament Building on Friday, 3 June, the Minister of Defence Dr. István Simicskó emphasized that the most important goal is to guarantee the security of Hungarian people. He added that the proposed bill to amend the Fundamental Law of Hungary is aimed at ensuring that the Hungarian Defence Forces can also do their share in the fight against terrorism.
In his speech delivered on the Memorial Day of Hungarian Heroes, Minister of Defence István Simicskó stated that “our heroes give us courage to meet the challenges of today’s world and the future”.
The meeting of defence ministers of the Visegrád Four (V4) Cooperation recently took place in Liblice, the Czech Republic. The Hungarian delegation was headed by Deputy Minister Tamás Vargha, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Ministry of Defence.
“A lot of debates are taking place these days, but there is a cause that provides a common ground, namely defence of the homeland”, Minister of Defence István Simicskó pointed out at the central ceremony of the Ministry of Defence held on the occasion of the Day of the Hungarian Defence Forces on Friday, 20 May.
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