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Hungary Takes Over EU Presidency, Vows to Enhance Competitiveness and Security


Budapest, Hungary – Hungary has assumed the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) for the next six months, with a focus on boosting EU competitiveness and security. European Union Affairs Minister Janos Boka outlined the country’s seven priorities, including enhancing EU competitiveness, reinforcing European defense policy, and addressing demographic challenges.

The priorities reflect the will of European voters, Boka stressed, citing the recent European parliamentary elections as a call for change. He emphasized the importance of EU competitiveness and security, with the motto “Make Europe Great Again” guiding Hungary’s presidency.

The other priorities include EU enlargement, stemming illegal migration, shaping the future of cohesion policy, and formulating a farmer-oriented EU agricultural policy.

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