Government Spokesperson: More people in the United States acknowledge and respect the work and consistent viewpoints of the Hungarian government
Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács has worked feverishly to represent Hungary and its interests at numerous forums across the United States
During an official visit to the United States, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács has worked feverishly to represent Hungary and its interests at numerous forums across the country.
Kovács visited several research institutes, foundations, congressional institutions and media, including the Hudson Institute, the American conservative activist group “Judicial Watch” and the Heritage Foundation.
He also paid a visit to the International Republican Institute, the congressional office of the American Legislators, the Foreign Relations Council, as well as media companies Politico and Fox News.
The spokesman said that over the past eight years, the Hungarian government has had consistent viewpoints on persecuted Christians and illegal migration, and it is noticeably appreciated by other countries as well.
“We can say that more and more people in the United States acknowledge and respect the work and consistent viewpoints of the Hungarian government,” Kovács said.
Kovacs says that by discussing real political and economic challenges with the various partners, it has significantly changed the tone of conversations and resulted in a growing understanding of Hungary.
In the United States, the standpoint of Hungary on the migration question is understood and the role of the Hungarian government defending European borders is not questioned.
Kovács also pointed out that former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had been to Oxford this week, where she heavily criticized not only PM Theresa May and Brexit, but also Tory MPs and Hungary.
In the case of Hillary Clinton, it is obvious that her words and messages are generated and backed by an institutional system including the organizations funded by George Soros whose name was repeatedly raised in reference to influencing political processes and was discussed during every conversation, he said.