PM Orbán discusses Hungary’s post-pandemic era with family affairs organizations
“This lockdown and isolation has been hard on families, and a plan is needed on how we should reopen schools, restart sporting life and study groups," the prime minister said.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has discussed strategies concerning Hungary’s post-pandemic era with representatives of family affairs organizations.
Following his talks with the head of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on the same subject last week, the prime minister discussed Hungary’s post-Covid future with the heads of the Single Parents’ Centre, the National Association of Large Families, the Three Princes, Three Princesses Foundation, the Hungarian Kopp Mária Institute for Population Growth and Families, and Family Affairs Minister Katalin Novák.
“The country doesn’t just need to be restarted in terms of the economy,” PM Orbán said in a Facebook video after the talks. “This lockdown and isolation has been hard on families, and a plan is needed on how we should reopen schools, restart sporting life and study groups, how we should reorganize summer camps and how the country can regain its vim, its self-confidence and how we can regain our trust in each other.”
The prime minister concluded that the organizations presented “several good proposals” many of which will soon be submitted to the cabinet.
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