Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for EU Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office received the State Secretary for EU affairs of Slovakia which will hold the Presidency of the Council of the European Union as of 1 July.
János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at his press conference held in Budapest on Thursday: Brussels’ proposition is anti-democratic because it seeks to take away the Member States’ right to sovereignty. In other words, the EU wants to tell us who should live in the Member States.
The Holocaust is one of the greatest tragedies of not only the Jewish community in Hungary, but of the history of the whole of Hungarian society, Csaba Latorcai, Deputy State Secretary for Priority Social Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office said at the commemoration held on Thursday in the former Auschwitz death camp.
Dr Csaba Latorcai attended the 2016 event of the International March of the Living in Poland.
The distribution of EU funds worth some HUF 9,223 billion which came to Hungary during the period between 2007 and 2013 did not serve the right social policy goals and was not based on the country’s best interests, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office pointed out at the parliamentary debate on the issue.
János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office described the 2017 draft budget proposed by the Government as a budget of predictability and security at the 47th Governmentinfo press conference which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.
The Deputy Prime Minister for national policy shares the view that everything that takes us closer to achieving the autonomy aspirations of Hungarian communities beyond the borders is beneficial, and everything that moves us further away from those goals is harmful.
A Hungarian future is only a viable option through the expansion of the opportunities of young Hungarians, and if they have the conditions to earn a decent living, Péter Szilágyi pointed out on Tuesday in Komárno (Révkomárom) in Slovakia at the first stage of the inauguration of the developments implemented as part of the programme “2015 Year of Vocational Training for Hungarians Beyond the Borders”.
During the course of the project launched for the enlargement of the Paks atomic power station, Hungary is acting in harmony with the EU’s energy policy as the European Commission itself is reckoning with the maintenance of nuclear production capacity in the future, the government commissioner responsible for maintaining the capacity of the Paks atomic power station told the Hungarian News Agency MTI on Monday.
Dr Csaba Latorcai, Deputy State Secretary for Priority Social Affairs at the Prime Minister’s Office delivered a speech at the Uránia National Movie Theatre on the Memorial Day of the Victims of the Hungarian Holocaust. This year the memorial day fell on Saturday, and bearing in mind the laws of the Jewish faith, the commemoration was held today. The film Dawn Fever by Péter Gárdos was shown in the cinema as part of the event.