Peter Szijjártó on the Russian attack near the Polish border: the embassy remains in Lviv, employers receive 60,000 refugees per month

Peter Szijjártó on the Russian attack near the Polish border: the embassy remains in Lviv, employers receive 60,000 refugees per month

“We hear from military experts that one of the pretense of these attacks is that Russia decided to destroy arms shipments that Ukraine receives as supplies from the West,” the minister noted.

He stressed that this development also indicates the importance of the previous Hungarian government’s decision not to transfer lethal weapons to Ukraine on its territory, and this will remain the case.

He noted that he spoke this morning with the Hungarian ambassador to Ukraine, who indicated that Lviv is peace, so The Hungarian embassy there could still be operated on a temporary basis. He added that fewer and fewer Western countries now maintain ambassadors in Ukraine, but Hungary continues to operate its embassy and the ambassador will remain abroad.

Draw attention to the fact that

As the hostilities intensify, more and more waves of refugees are heading west, as well as towards Hungary. We Hungarians are fully prepared to receive the increasing number of refugees here in Hungary.

Those who plan to stay with us for a longer period will be offered a job opportunity, and it is in the interest of those who stay here longer not to live on assistance but to get a job,” he added.

He noted that employers who hire refugees of Ukrainian nationality receive a monthly allowance of 60,000 forints and 12,000 for the children of workers “provided that adequate housing and access to work are provided for the workers.” In short, this serves the interests of both refugees and business people, as well as the Hungarian economy.

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Cover image source: MTI / Zoltán Balogh

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