During the inauguration ceremony of the Faculty of Law Enforcement of the National University of Public Service, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said the country has every reason to be proud that it has police officers who protect life and property, who are able to guarantee the security of everyday life, and who have been able to cut the number of crimes in half in ten years.
The Prime Minister stressed that Hungarian police officers have proved their aptitude and worth many times over: come flood, red sludge or a flow of migrants, they have always stood their ground.
“We have police officers who – during the hardest times, if needs be – also go out to the borders to protect Hungarian families,” the Prime Minister said.
PM Orbán said if police officers perform their service in a committed manner, Hungary will continue to remain one of Europe’s safest countries.
The Prime Minister highlighted that he saw before himself officers at the beginning of their careers who are committed to their country and the Hungarian people. He then thanked the parents of the graduating students who planted and reinforced in their children love for the country and order, and encouraged them to start a career in law enforcement.
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