Orbán: Registration for vaccination ‘only way forward’
Orbán noted he had spent 24 hours in Israel and referred to “important talks”.
He said he had witnessed signs of life restarting after the epidemic, including open terraces and restaurants and the return of economic life.
This, he said, was achieved thanks to Israel’s successful vaccination drive.
Orbán said that with the highest rate of vaccinated citizens, “the Israeli state is the world champion” in the fight against the pandemic.
“We, too, would like to achieve a prestigious place in Europe” but this requires getting vaccine supplies and citizens wanting to overcome the difficult situation, which is only possible with the help of registration and vaccination, he added.
“This is the lesson of the Jerusalem trip,” Orbán said.