Government and its institutions
The economic achievements of Bangladesh also deserve attention in Europe, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Tuesday in Budapest after he met with the Bangladeshi Prime Minister, who is paying an official visit to Hungary, in the Parliament Building. Photo: Károly Árvai/kormany.hu
At a Hungarian-Ukrainian business forum in Debrecen, at which the Ukrainian prime minister also delivered a speech, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that the promising political relations which exist between Hungary and Ukraine provide a considerable tailwind for the development of economic cooperation. Photo: Gergely Botár/kormany.hu
Fifty-six tons of aid, five truckloads worth 32 million forints, set off from Budapest bound for Ukraine, coordinated by the Charity Council, an association of Hungarian charity organisations. Photo: Károly Árvai/kormany.hu
Hungary’s national flag was hoisted and then lowered to half-mast with military honours on Kossuth Square in front of the Parliament Building in Budapest to mark the 60th anniversary of the quashing of the 1956 Revolution and war of independence and the invasion by soviet troops. Photo: Gergely Botár/kormany.hu
Speaking in Szolnok on Tuesday, 25 October, Minister of Defence Dr. István Simicskó emphasized that in addition to creating the legal conditions, the people’s security can be guaranteed through effective cooperation among the law enforcement and security organizations. Photo: Károly Árvai/kormany.hu
At the official state celebration held in Kossuth Lajos Square in Budapest on Sunday to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the 1956 Revolution and Freedom Fight, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that today the task of Europe’s freedom-loving peoples is to “save Brussels from sovietisation”. In his speech, the Prime Minister said that it is a “millennium-old truth” that there must be “unity in the most important things, freedom in other things and love in all things”. Photos: Károly Árvai/kormany.hu and Gergely Botár/kormany.hu
“We must be at least as tough as the terrorists”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said early on Thursday morning in Budapest after the Counter-Terrorism Centre (TEK) held exercises at the Ferenc Puskás Stadium metro station. Photos: Károly Árvai
In the Parliament building, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that Olympic and Paralympic achievements unite the Hungarian people. He was speaking at an event in which, together with President János Áder and Speaker of the House László Kövér, he awarded decorations to the Hungarian athletes who won medals at the Olympics and Paralympics in Rio. Photo: Károly Árvai/kormany.hu
“Of the dangers posed by the Brussels quota package, the security risks are by far the most serious”, Parliamentary State Secretary Csaba Dömötör declared at his press conference in Röszke, which he held jointly with Minister of Defence István Simicskó. Photo: Gergely Botár/kormany.hu
In Újdörögd on Tuesday, Minister of Defence István Simicskó said that terrorist attacks may occur anytime in Hungary too, so we an increased number of exercises are needed to be conducted that enable us to provide effective security. Photo: Károly Árvai/kormany.hu
Minister of Defence István Simicskó has bidden farewell in Tata to close to 500 Hungarian troops to deploy with foreign missions, and presented the personnel serving at the borders with Service Medals for Handling the Migration Crisis. Photo: Boglárka Bodnár/MTI
In Szeged on Tuesday, György Bakondi, the Prime Minister’s Chief Advisor on Homeland Security, said that “The police and members of the Hungarian Defence Force have taken great efforts to prepare for the introduction of the new border protection system, which guarantees the security of the Hungarian people and the protection of external borders”. Photo: Gergely Botár/kormany.hu
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that the situation of Europe gives it the means to halt migration to Europe, but Brussels lacks the intent to protect the continent.
Developments worth more than HUF 33 billion can be implemented in Szekszárd, the administrative seat of Tolna County, in accordance with an agreement signed as part of the Modern Cities Programme by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and the city’s mayor Rezső Ács.
As part of the Government’s Modern Cities Programme, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Mayor of Kecskemét Klaudia Szemereyné Pataki have signed an agreement.
At a commemoration service held in Budaörs on Tuesday, on the day of remembrance for ethnic Germans rounded up and deported from Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that whenever Hungary was invaded – whether from the West or the East – suffering followed on an unimaginable scale.