The period ahead of us and 2017 will be about pay rises, too, Csaba Dömötör stated on Sunday in Budapest.
At a meeting of the Roma Coordination Council in the southern Hungarian town of Kaposvár, Minister of State for Social Affairs and Inclusion Károly Czibere said that over the past two to three years the exposure to poverty of Hungarian Roma has dropped and, while the indicators are still high, the improving trend proves the success of the Government’s inclusion strategy.
The UN Working Group on discrimination against women has in certain instances given a distorted presentation of the Hungarian government’s measures to support women.
In an interview published in Monday’s edition of Polish national daily newspaper Rzeczpospolita, Minister of Human Resources Zoltán Balog said that Hungary is not anti-refugee, but it does not want Brussels to decide who Hungarians should live together with. Brussels should let Hungarian citizens give their own answer to the question of whether this issue falls under the jurisdiction of the Hungarian parliament, he said. In the interview he also discussed the migration crisis.
Croatian Minister for Culture Zlatko Hasanbegović and Hungarian Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog signed a bilateral cultural agreement in Budapest on Monday. After the signing ceremony the Minister told journalists that Hungary has established good relations with the new Croatian government.
With the “371 Stars” performance at the National Theatre in Budapest on Saturday night, on the Day of Courage and Roma Youth, Hungary remembered the Birkenau camp uprising and the Roma victims of the Holocaust.
In an interview with German international public service TV channel Deutsche Welle, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said that it is not the Hungarian government which equates migration with terrorism, but the terrorists themselves. The interview, broadcast on Sunday, was entitled “I hate the fence, but it was necessary”.
In addition to paying our last respects, we are here to state that we do not want hatred and war, but we want peace and atonement, the Minister of Human Capacities said at the interment at the Kozma utca Jewish cemetery on Friday of the human remains found at Margaret Bridge in Budapest.
In Budapest on Wednesday, at a conference commemorating the 100th anniversary of Islam’s recognition as a religion in Hungary, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said that a dialogue is required with Islam, and it needs partners.
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