Sneider: It is uplifting to see the Transcarpathian Hungarians' will to live, especially their will to live as Hungarians. They never give up on that even in the greatest hardships.
Jobbik's fifth foreign friendship group was established in Zurich this weekend
István Szávay has no intention to close his representative office in Slovakia and will turn to international forums concerning the banning resolution passed in Slovakia today
As a delegate of the Hungarian National Assembly, Jobbik MP László Lukács participated in the meeting of the CEI Parliamentary Assembly General Committee on Cultural Affairs in Rome
Szávay expressed his hope that the people of Vojvodina will understand that the aim of the office is neither provocation nor an action against something.
We thank all Transcarpathian Hungarian citizens for their participation in the elections and supporting Hungarian candidates and party lists, thus contributing to this great, joint achievement.
After Munich, New York and London, Jobbik established a friendship group in Vienna, too.
The Deputy Speaker of the Slovakian Parliament announced they were going to pass legislation to regulate who could conduct political activities in Slovakia.
"Instead of a contest in disavowing Jobbik, Slovakia's Hungarian politicians should rather compete in representing the interests of the local Hungarian community," István Szávay said
Tamás Sneider, the vice president of Jobbik and the Hungarian National Assembly personally delivered donations to Transcarpathi