“In the current funding period the important thing isn’t that the state succeeds in distributing EU funding, but that it distributes it well”, Head of the Prime Minister’s Office János Lázár said prior to a meeting in Budapest on Monday.
“The Government is ready to begin talks on public education at any time, but asks that politics isn’t taken into schools”, the Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office said at the Government Info 38 press conference.
Dr Csaba Latorczai, Deputy State Secretary of the Prime Minister’s Office for priority social affairs delivered a speech at the Uránia National Cinema at the commemoration held on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Nándor Csepreghy described the meeting of the Visegrád Four held in Prague at the beginning of the week as a breakthrough where, in his words, the attending countries succeeded in convincing the European Commission that the continuation of the cohesion policy is a worthwhile effort.
By October the entire retail gas market will have been taken over, and with the acquisition of the consumers of Tigáz, Főgáz Zrt., the gas supplier which operates under the professional supervision of the First National Public Utility Provider Company (ENKSZ Zrt.), will have some 3.4 million customers, Mrs Németh, Lászlóné told the press at a press conference held in the Székesfehérvár customer service office of Főgáz.
The Paks Social Council held a meeting today with the participation of the area’s 41 mayors and MPs, Minister of Prime Minister’s Office János Lázár and Mayor of Paks János Süli, who are the body’s co-chairs, as well as the CEOs of MVM Paks Zrt. and the National Infrastructure Development Zrt. Tamás Bán and Róbert Nagy.
On Tuesday at a press conference held in Tatabánya State Secretary Árpád János Potápi said that donations worth HUF 280 million reached those in need as a result of the donation collection campaign launched by the State Secretariat for National Policy in aid of Hungarian communities in Transcarpathia.
Following a meeting of EU ministers for European affairs, Minister of State for European Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office Szabolcs Takács said that the migration crisis Europe has to face has not been solved by the few decisions made at various levels, because the implementation of these is only minimally effective – or not effective at all.
France and Hungary agree that the management of the migration crisis both by the European Union and by the Member States continues to remain a priority issue, Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for EU Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office told MTI on Friday after he had talks in Paris.
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