The European Police College (CEPOL) is the first EU institution to have its headquarters in Budapest, Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér said at the inauguration ceremony.
Further joint action needs to be taken to combat illegal migration and human trafficking – Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér said on Friday in Budapest following a three-party meeting with his Austrian and Serbian counterparts.
The US-based extremist and nationalist international “white supremacy” organisation, the National Policy Institute (NPI), is organising a conference in the Hungarian capital together with Russian radical figures.
The fourth ISCD Information and Cyber Security conference organized by the Hungarian National Security Authority was held in Budapest on 8-9 September 2014.
The government spent HUF 179 billion (EUR 590 million) last year on public employment programmes; this year HUF 231 billion (EUR 770 million) is earmarked with an additional HUF 4,7 billion (EUR 15,7 million) – said Deputy State Secretary Imre Hoffman at an expo about public employment in Békéscsaba, southeast Hungary.
Twenty-five years ago Hungary opened the borders in Sopronpuszta and this was the last step to break with communism in Hungary and in Eastern Europe, Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér said in Austria at the joint Hungarian-Austrian day of police.
Following the European Parliament’s vote on 16 April 2014, the European Police College (CEPOL) and the Hungarian authorities signed the new CEPOL headquarters agreement at an official ceremony in Budapest.
Hungary's Ministry of Interior has launched a campaign against human trafficking in cooperation with five embassies, Krisztina Berta, Deputy State Secretary for EU and International affairs and national coordinator of the anti-human trafficking campaign announced on Wednesday.
According to Minister of State Károly Kontrát, the unique license plate recognition system put into commission in Csepel on Tuesday will significantly help crime prevention.
The morals of society need to be changed in order to cut back on human trafficking – said Minister of State László Felkai. He emphasised that the knowledge and earnest work of professionals is not enough to maintain a well-organised system that helps the victims of human trafficking, as the victims themselves also need to cooperate with the helpers.