On the website police.hu, the Communication Department of the National Police Headquarters has announced that, at the Police Administration Centre on Monday, Chief Commissioner of Police Károly Papp presented recognition awards for outstanding work to 134 people who participated in capturing the person suspected of detonating a bomb on Teréz Boulevard, Budapest.
At a joint press conference following the meeting of V4 interior ministers in Warsaw, Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér has announced that the V4 will set up a common crisis management centre.
The State Secretary for Local Government of the Ministry of Interior described migration as the most burning issue of our time at the international conference entitled Modern-Day Mass Migration, or a Complex Approach to Migration organised by the Academic Council for Internal Affairs.
“The goal is to protect the external Schengen borders to such an extent that the introduction of restrictions or the reinstatement of border controls within the Area is not required”, Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér stressed on Tuesday in Budapest following a meeting with his Slovenian counterpart.
Home affairs cooperation between Hungary and the United States is excellent, Interior Minister Sándor Pintér told the Washington correspondent of the Hungarian news agency MTI.
“A sixth contingent of Hungarian police left for Macedonia on Thursday; the 25 police officers will patrol the Macedonian-Greek border”, the National Police Headquarters announced on its website.
“More than a thousand people have already applied to become members of border patrol personnel since the Police began recruiting in September”, the Minister of Interior’s Parliamentary State Secretary said at a press conference.
“The patrolling police were the targets of Saturday night’s bomb explosion on Teréz körút in Budapest, they wanted to assassinate my police officers”, declared National Police Chief Károly Papp, who called the explosion an attack against the whole Hungarian police force.
Not all illegal migrants are terrorists, but it is also a fact that a very large number of terrorists are illegal migrants, the Interior Minister said before an audience of some 150 in the conference room of the Várpalota Thury Castle on Thursday.
The Ministry of Interior rejects in the strongest terms the claims made by Human Watch Rights, which is again attempting to discredit the Hungarian police and the Office of Immigration.