Rogan: Protecting Hungary’s sovereignty top priority
Rogan, who is candidate for the same post in the next government, said the decision was also motivated by the fact that the war also posed a danger to physical, material and energy security.
The cabinet office will therefore be assigned clear-cut tasks, Rogan said.
Among priorities, the candidate mentioned protecting Hungary’s sovereignty, economy and energy security, and respecting the decision voters made on April 3, namely that Hungary should not be dragged into the Russian-Ukrainian war, and the country’s alliance system.
Concerning the security services, Rogan said they would “identify and fight against any war propaganda that could jeopardise the country’s security”. He said the civilian services, especially those of the counter-terrorism and criminal analysis centres, would have more tasks, while they would also set up a national information centre, the minister said.
Rogan also noted that the civilian secret services were part of the government’s cabinet office in Germany, France, Italy and other countries in Europe.