The Hungarian refugees of ’56 were for decades denied and kept in silence. The fate of Hungarian communities around the world changed in 2010: since then the members of Hungarian communities – wherever they may live around the world – have been equally important, Árpád János Potápi, State Secretary for Nation Policy at the Prime Minister’s Office said at the wreath laying ceremony held at the ’56 memorial plaque in Rome.
As it is general information that the majority of migrants are staying in Europe illegally, Hungary requested the text part relating to the mandatory distribution quotas to be deleted from the declaration to be approved at the summit of EU heads of state and government, Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for EU Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office stated on Tuesday in Luxembourg.
Hungary need not be afraid of the withdrawal of the EU cohesion funds. The Government may well be able to make the totality of the funds available already next spring, and is also preparing for operating developments from the country’s own resources beyond 2020, Nándor Csepreghy, Minister of State at the Prime Minister’s Office told the Tuesday issue of the newspaper Magyar Idők.
In EU grants 2016 will be the year of calls for proposals, while 2017 will be the year of the disbursement of funds and the commencement of implementation, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the Tuesday meeting of the Agricultural Committee of Parliament.
The goal the Hungarian Government wishes to achieve is the removal of the mandatory resettlement quotas from the agenda in Brussels, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the press conference Governmentinfo 66 which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.
The goal of the Government is to convince the parliamentary groups that the amendment of the Fundamental Law is essential with a view to protecting the borders of the country, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the press conference Governmentinfo 65 which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.
The Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office told online news portal makoradio.hu that the 3.2 million “no” votes can be considered a sufficient authorisation for the Government to protect the country from migration and migrant relocation, and for the country to be able to preserve its independence.
Brussels wants to organise, rather than stop migration, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office stated in Maroslele on Saturday.
The Government has received the necessary political authorisation to protect Hungary in Brussels and on every other scene against the mandatory resettlement quotas, Zsolt Semjén said at the press conference held after the conclusion of the quota referendum.
Everyone will bear the consequences of the referendum for generations to come, and if the Hungarian people make the wrong decision now, it will be beyond repair, Zsolt Semjén, President of the Christian Democratic People’s Party (KDNP) told journalists on Sunday after he cast his vote at the II. Rákóczi Ferenc Secondary School in the 2nd district in Budapest.