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The aggressive political activists respect nothing and no one

Government spokesperson, December 17, 2018 10:34 AM

“The aggressive political activists respect nothing and no one”, Government Spokesperson István Hollik said with relation to the recent protests in Budapest.

The pro-immigration Brussels leadership wants to increase migration

Government spokesperson, December 15, 2018 12:50 PM

“The developments in Brussels this week confirm that the current pro-immigration Brussels leadership doesn’t want to stop migration, but manage it, and in fact increase it”, the Government Spokesperson declared.

Juncker is confusing fake news with opinion

Government spokesperson, December 15, 2018 12:39 PM

Jean-Claude Juncker is surely “confusing genres”, fake news with opinion, on account of his “sciatica”, State Secretary for international Communications and Relations Zoltán Kovács said on Twitter in reaction to statements by the President of the European Commission.

Protecting the rights of Hungarians living in the United Kingdom is a priority for the Government

Government spokesperson, December 14, 2018 10:09 AM

“Protecting the acquired rights of Hungarians living in the United Kingdom is a priority for the Hungarian Government”, the State Secretary for International Communications and Relations declared on Hungarian M1 television’s Friday morning current affairs program.

The foreign press on Hungary – Zoltán Kovács in The Washington Post

Government spokesperson, December 13, 2018 1:00 PM

“The Washington Post neglected a number of important questions and details in its article last week on the ‘ousting’ of the Central European University (CEU) from Hungary”, State Secretary for International Communications and Relations Zoltán Kovács from the Prime Minister’s Office underlined in a letter to the editor published in Wednesday’s edition of the American daily.

Brussels is making attempts to silence anti-immigration views

Government spokesperson, December 12, 2018 3:02 PM

On Wednesday in Brussels Minister of State for International Communications and Relations Zoltán Kovács said Brussels is making attempts to silence anti-immigration views.

Terrorism has moved into Europe with migration

Government spokesperson, December 12, 2018 2:42 PM

On Wednesday in Brussels Minister of State for International Communication and Relations Zoltán Kovács offered his condolences to relatives of the victims of last night’s shooting in Brussels. At the same time, he highlighted the attack clearly demonstrates that terrorism has moved into Europe together with migration.

The Fidesz-KDNP Government has always been the government of job creation

Government spokesperson, December 8, 2018 5:17 PM

“The Fidesz-KDNP Government has always been the government of job creation, and this is why it is supporting the fact that workers must always be given an opportunity to voluntarily perform work in the interests of higher earnings, but this always requires the consent of the employee”, Government Spokesperson István Hollik said on Friday.

The achievements of the past eight years are an endorsement of the Government

Government spokesperson, December 6, 2018 3:27 PM

According to the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister’s State Secretary for International Communication and Relations, the economic and social achievements of the eight years since 2010 are an endorsement of the Government and provide a secure foundation for further political battles.

The New York Times editorial board is “so woke” about Hungary

Government spokesperson, December 6, 2018 8:59 AM

“The editorial board of The New York Times, which is ‘hot and bothered’ about Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s ‘right-wing, nativist, nationalist politics’, is ‘so woke’ about Hungary”, the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister’s Minister of State for International Communication and Relations Zoltán Kovács wrote in an ironic tone on Wednesday on the abouthungary.hu website in reaction to a recent article on Hungary and Viktor Orbán published in the paper.