Minister János Lázár finds the Strasbourg court ruling which condemned Hungary on account of the expulsion of two Bangladeshis unacceptable and unenforceable.
Although the United Kingdom has not launched the so-called Article 50 procedure resulting from the BREXIT referendum of 23 June 2016, the start of the process is imminent. In such an unprecedented situation the Hungarian Government is intent on making an active contribution to demonstrate its commitment to a successful European Union.
“The continued existence of Hungarian communities abroad depends on whether or not progress is achieved within the field of autonomy, and the enforcement of Hungarian interests is in direct proportion to the election success of Hungarian minority parties”, Deputy Prime Minister for national Policy Zsolt Semjén said on Monday in Budapest.
Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for EU Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office had talks on 16 March 2017 with Karlheinz Kopf, Second President of the Austrian National Council.
The Government would look into the regulation of the operation of breweries, and the relationship between large companies and smaller Hungarian players as well as businesses in the catering industry, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said on Thursday in Hódmezővásárhely.
Egyptian Jesuit monk P. Henri Boulad S.J. took the oath of Hungarian citizenship in the Parliament Building in Budapest on Thursday.
On 16 March 2017, Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for EU Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office had talks with Marianne Thyssen, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility.
Hungary is standing at the gate of greatness, but can only become a great, strong and growing country once again in unity, with cooperation and courage, and with the suspension of petty party disputes, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said on Wednesday in Hódmezővásárhely.
The same as in 1848, also today we need courage so that the country may become strong, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said on Tuesday in Makó.
The Government has taken care of Hungary’s power needs and low electricity prices for a period of sixty years by virtue of the Paks atomic power station project, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the press conference Governmentinfo 81 which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács. The Minister described the approval by the European Commission of the funding of Paks II as the greatest economic diplomacy achievement of the past 30 years.