Komarom Esztergom is one of the most dynamically developing provinces in the country and is one of the countries with the strongest industrial potential, as all indicators indicate that it is Recently it has not only managed to catch up with the European Union average, but has managed to become one of the engines of the Hungarian economy, along with Györ Mosun Sopron County and Budapest. He believed that this had been achieved partly by drawing on previous industrial traditions, and partly by relying on new investments that had arrived in recent years, while in addition to the basic industrial character, the province had managed to maintain its tourist appeal and agricultural profile. Which is a major feature of the southern parts.
The head of the ministry noted that the province's successes are mainly due to the fact that the economic, political and administrative actors of the region cooperate well and are able to correctly define the interests of the province when formulating plans and during implementation. He added that the government office effectively supports the work of local farmers, businessmen and local governments, and the cooperation between the regional public administration and the local government field is good.
According to Tibor Navracsics, this also means that the province can use EU funds effectively. In the period 2014-2020, the region had several successful projects, and at the same time, in the current financial period, Komarom-Estergom County is also at the forefront of drawing on already opened EU funds, which it hopes will keep the county on an upward path.
In response to a question, the Minister said that he discussed with the mayors of Esztergom and Tatabanya primarily the developments of the TOP Plusz programme. In the case of Esztergom, Highway 100 is about to be implemented, which will significantly improve the transport infrastructure of the city and its catchment area, while in the case of Tatabánya, EU funds could represent a great opportunity in terms of transport infrastructure developments and the construction of nurseries.