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Migration must be stopped not managed

Government spokesperson, June 24, 2019 2:55 PM

Within the new framework strategy being negotiated by the European Commission, the Hungarian Government wishes to enforce the standpoint according to which migration must be stopped, not managed.

The Hungarians have given us an obligated mandate to stop migration and to protect sovereignty and Christianity

Government spokesperson, June 14, 2019 8:27 AM

“According to the Government’s proposal, the European Union’s five-year strategic schedule must include the preservation of member states’ spheres of competence with relation to migration, respect for sovereignty and the protection of Christian culture”, State Secretary for International Communication and Relations Zoltán Kovács said at a press conference in Budapest on Thursday.

Zoltán Kovács rejects criticism of the state of Hungarian media

Government spokesperson, June 11, 2019 3:32 PM

State Secretary for International Communication and Relations Zoltán Kovács has rejected the criticism of the state of the media in Hungary in a piece published on Tuesday in EUobserver in response to an earlier article by the Brussels new portal, stressing that the Hungarian media is much more diverse that indicated in the article.

Children are coming from Transylvania, Serbia, Slovakia and Transcarpathia to take part in National Solidarity Day programmes

Government spokesperson, June 3, 2019 10:20 AM

Some 5000 children are arriving from schools both within and across the border – from Transylvania, Serbia, Slovakia and Transcarpathia – to take part in the National Solidarity Day programmes. There will be communal singing in front of Parliament on Kossuth Square on Tuesday.

The Government does not support the candidacy of Weber or Timmermans

Government spokesperson, May 30, 2019 9:41 AM

The Government does not support the candidacy of the People’s Party top candidate Manfred Weber or socialist top candidate Frans Timmermans for the post of European Commission President, because in recent months Manfred Weber has insulted the Hungarians on several occasions, while Frans Timmermans “essentially lied continuously” with relation to Hungary during the EP election campaign, State Secretary for International Communication and Relations Zoltán Kovács said in the recess of Wednesday’s cabinet meeting in Budapest.

Hungarian people’s will to decide elections, not George Soros and his money

Government spokesperson, May 23, 2019 4:23 PM

The government will not allow George Soros and his money to decide the European parliamentary elections, Government Spokesperson István Hollik said at his press conference on Thursday.

The goal of the Economic Protection Action Plan is to maintain Hungary’s economic growth

Government spokesperson, May 17, 2019 1:13 PM

“In two weeks’ time, the Government will be adopting the Economic Protection Action Plan, the goal of which is to maintain Hungary’s economic growth”, Government Spokesperson István Hollik said on Hungarian M1 television’s Thursday afternoon current affairs program.

Pro-immigration politics must be put to a stop in Europe

Government spokesperson, May 13, 2019 10:46 AM

“The irresponsible, pro-immigration politics that has characterised the leadership and institutions of the European Union must be put to a stop in Europe”, the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister’s State Secretary for International Communications and Relations told reporters prior to a community forum in Hajdúböszörmény on Friday.

European elite has lost touch with European reality

Government spokesperson, May 7, 2019 11:12 AM

The European elite has lost touch with European reality, Government Spokesperson István Hollik said on the public service television news channel M1 on Tuesday.

There is growing consensus that new candidates are required

Government spokesperson, May 7, 2019 10:09 AM

There is a growing consensus regarding the fact that new candidates will be required, and it is also obvious that after the European parliamentary elections a new balance of power will develop, Zoltán Kovács, Minister of State for International Communication and Relations at the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister said on the Monday evening programme of the public service television news channel M1.