Hungary’s FM: Europe hasn’t been this unstable since the Cold War
“We want a Hungarian Hungary and a European Europe,” the foreign minister saidRead more
PM Orbán stressed that security will be one of the greatest values in Europe in the future. Not only the peaceful and predictable lives of families will depend on it but also Hungary’s performance and economic success
Recently, the UK newspaper Daily Star featured Hungary on a top ten list of “safe travel destinations with low threat of terrorism.” The ranking came just weeks after Minister János Lázár said that is Prime Minister Orbán’s aim to have Hungary considered among the top ten safest countries of the world.
“It is good news that Hungary has been listed as the world’s 10th safest country, but we cannot become complacent in view of the fact that the security situation in Europe has never been as bad as it is this year and at the end of this summer," Hungary's government spokesperson said
János Lázár, the minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office, said the prime minister has expressed his wish to his government that the country must make the top ten list of the world's safest countries