A memorandum of understanding was signed by the Hungarian Ministry of Interior and the United States Department of Energy on Friday in Budapest.
School police officers will be on duty in schools that are especially endangered by criminal elements – said Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér at a press conference in Budapest after the first meeting of the National Committee for Crime Prevention. Minister Pintér said that police officers would also participate in schoolwork as members of the teaching faculty.
Hungary is committed to maintaining and extending international police cooperation – emphasized Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér at the opening ceremony of the 42nd Interpol Regional Conference in Budapest. He added that cross-border organised crime is gaining increasing significance due to the rising number of terrorist attacks and serious crimes.
At the opening ceremony of the international conference on public employment, the Minister of Interior said that public employment programmes and the mandatory training courses are capable of leading unemployed people back to the labour market.
The Hungarian Prison Service has installed a new solar collector system in one of Budapest's prisons, located on Maglódi Street.
This year’s first Salzburg Forum was organized by Poland in Warsaw on 23-24 April. At the ministerial conference, Hungary was represented by Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér.
The participants of the Budapest Process signed the Ministerial Declaration on a Silk Routes Partnership for Migration on 19 April 2013.
The Hungarian and Chinese immigration authorities signed a treaty on cooperation in the fields of professional training and the exchange of information.
The Ministry of Interior is ready to take all necessary actions in order to prevent the Adolf Hitler memorial tour planned and organized by the Pax Hungarica Movement.
The second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II) has entered into operation to increase security and facilitate free movement within the Schengen area.