Although charity organizations too are faced with a huge challenge due to the migration crisis, three of them will continue to focus their attention on the Transarpathian region, Minister of State for Churches, National Minorities and Civil Affairs Miklós Soltész said on Sunday on national television channel M1.
Central European episcopacies are about to begin a joint aid collection for refugee camps in the Middle East based on a proposal put forward by Hungarian Minister of State for Churches, National Minorities and Civil Affairs Miklós Soltész during his meeting in Poland with Archbishop of Warsaw Kazimierz Nycz.
The Hungarian administration must continue to focus primarily on the interests and considerations of the Hungarian nation, meaning it must protect the people of Hungary during the migration crisis, but helping those in need is also important to the Government”, the Ministry of Human Capacities’ Minister of State for Churches, National Minorities and Civil Affairs told Hungarian news agency MTI on Wednesday in Zagreb.
“Major political decisions and solutions must take into account the will of the people and respect minority opinions”, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said on Tuesday at a conference in Budapest.
Minister of State for Churches, National Minorities and Civil Affairs Miklós Soltész has said that at the Tuesday meeting of the Charity Council, Hungarian charity organisations discussed migration, the role which should be played by the National Conference of Student Associations (HÖOK) and the situation in Transcarpathia.
The Hungarian Government’s childcare policy is focused on providing children with families, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said on Monday at the official opening of the new SOS Children’s Village in Orosháza. The village was moved there from its previous location in Battonya.
Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog visited refugees at the Children’s Centre in Fót, near Budapest on Sunday. The Minister was shown around the Centre by Director István Kádas and manager of the home for refugee children Zsófia Roszik, and was able see how the 70 children currently living there are doing first hand.
The southwest Hungarian town of Barcs on the Croatian border is fully prepared to receive migrants, Minister of State for Churches, National Minorities and Civil Affairs Miklós Soltész said at a press conference there on Tuesday.
“The state has its obligations as laid down by the constitution, and accordingly it is Hungary’s duty to protect its borders and ensure the country’s security”, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said on Friday during a political talk show on Hungarian independent television channel ATV.
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