The State Secretary for National Policy at the Prime Minister’s Office is working towards the restoration of relations between the Transcarpathian Hungarian Cultural Association (KMKSZ) and the Hungarian Democratic Federation in Ukraine (UMDSZ) which deteriorated some twenty years ago.
The Government is expecting a drastic decrease in the number of abuses related to asylum in the wake of the legislative package passed on Monday.
The Government supports the proposal of the Centenary Memorial Committee to establish a central memorial in Budapest dedicated to the heroes of the World War I, Parliamentary State Secretary Bence Rétvári from the Ministry of Human Capacities said on Tuesday at the opening of an exhibition entitled “A new world is born – European war between brothers” at the Castle Bazaar.
An information campaign will be launched by the Government to increase public awareness of the fact that Hungarian reforms are working and Hungary made the right decision when it chose to follow its own path in 2010, Government Spokesman Zoltán Kovács said at a press conference in Budapest.
The speed of the work must not increase the costs of the construction of the temporary border fence, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said on the programme Tonight of the public service television channel M1.
The State Secretariat for National Policy of the Prime Minister’s Office welcomes the decision of the Ukrainian Supreme Council according to which teachers of higher education institutions and schools will be exempt from mobilisation.
János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office and András Giró-Szász, State Secretary for Government Communications held a press conference under the title „Governmentinfo 15 - Government actions explained”.
The stance taken by the Visegrád countries against the mandatory migrant quotas has proved to be successful, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said on the Friday morning news programme of the public service television channel M1.
In a letter written to the Presidents of the European Commission and the European Parliament, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán sought Europe’s help in the matter of illegal migration, namely that those awaiting deportation should be sent back to the country in which they first entered the territory of the European Union, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at his usual Thursday press conference in Budapest.
According to plans, the Government will publish 133 calls for proposals for funds worth some HUF 2,700 billion in total, the State Secretary for EU Developments of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Wednesday in Nagykanizsa.