Justice minister: ‘No one can question Hungary’s commitment to Europe’
She said that according to the third interim report of the Conference on the Future of Europe, Hungary ranked first in terms of population and second in absolute terms regarding the volume of contributions to the pan-European debate this autumn.
“This means that we have taken the lead not only in terms of the number of registered events but also in the volume of ideas and comments submitted to the conference’s electronic platform,” she said.
“It is also pleasing that ideas supporting Hungary’s position are becoming more numerous and more widely known in the report. Moreover, a Hungarian event focusing on the dangers of migration is now one of the publication’s highlights,” she added.
“We have our own opinion and we’re proud to have it! The statistics in the interim report show that we, Hungarians are committed to a constructive dialogue on the future of our continent. But the debate is far from over, and recommendations on the biggest challenges our common home faces are still welcome on the conference’s online platform,” Varga said.
“Let’s give Europe a vision!”, she added.