The Government is not happy about building a fence along the Hungarian-Serbian border, but cannot wait; it must guarantee the security of the country, which includes the protection of its borders, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at his press conference „Governmentinfo 13. What does the Government do and why?” held jointly with András Giró-Szász, State Secretary for Government Communications.
A memorial service was held today in Bavaria to commemorate the Hungarians who were taken away to and perished in the Dachau concentration camp and its sub-camps. The event, as part of which a memorial plaque prepared under the auspices of the Hungarian Government was inaugurated by Minister of Human Resources Zoltán Balog and his Bavarian counterpart, Dr Ludwig Spaenele, Minister of Education, Cultural Affairs, Science and Arts, was also attended by Dr Csaba Latorcai, Deputy State Secretary for Priority Social Affairs of the Prime Minister’s Office.
In Veszprém at the kick-off event of SUPER – Series of Events Preparing Successful EU Project Proposals – Deputy State Secretary for EU Development Policy Communication at the Prime Minister’s Office Nándor Csepreghy announced that no successful development policy can be built without involving the Hungary provinces.
According to Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén, the Left is conducting irresponsible, anti-Hungary propaganda when trying to hinder the Government’s efforts to protect Hungarians from the uncontrolled entry of masses of immigrants into Hungary.
According to Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács, the opposition parties in Hungary launched a scaremongering campaign on the issue of migration, while international organisations claim that this is a grave problem which is becoming increasingly severe and which needs to be addressed on its merits.
Documents of the European Commission confirm that Hungary takes on a disproportionate share of the challenges of migration, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the press conference "Government Info 12. What does the Government do and why?" held jointly with András Giró-Szász, State Secretary for Government Communications.
On Tuesday evening at the Dohány utca synagogue in Budapest, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office János Lázár said that the Holocaust was not only an unchristian and inhumane act, but was also an act of treason.
At a press conference on Saturday, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács announced that so far four hundred thousand citizens have responded to the national consultation on immigration, and two hundred thousand of the replies have already been processed. These show that the majority expect more decisive action from Hungary and the European Union in the field of immigration, Mr. Kovács said.
“Through its awareness raising campaign, the Hungarian government highlights one of the most important problems facing Europe,” Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said on the Friday morning programme of the M1 news channel.
We will not abandon, nor assist in abandoning, any segment of our nation, said Zsolt Semjén, Deputy Prime Minister for National Policy on Thursday, the Day of National Unity, in the House of the Hungarians, Budapest.