PM Orbán asked Sopron “to remain the city of fidelity, a city that connects our homeland with freedom, and thus making Hungary so solid that we, Hungarians, can feel at home in it”. He said that his government had over the past ten years united all Hungarians, given jobs to everybody who wanted to work, strengthened families, reduced household utility prices and protected the country from illegal immigrants.
Speaking about future prospects for Hungarians, PM Orbán noted the scrapping of personal income tax for the youth, a tax rebate for families, further increase of the minimum wages and the reintroduction of a 13th month pension. He also noted a large-scale military modernisation and rail and road infrastructure developments across the Carpathian Basin. “The best for Hungary is to go forward and not backward, that’s what we suggest,” he said.