In Jobbik's opinion, the fundamental interest of the Hungarian community living in the Lower Carpathians lies in the achievement of the widest possible consensus in the Hungarian political sphere
Jobbik's vice president stated it was unacceptable that Ukraine taxes the subsidies of the Hungarian state provided for ethnic Hungarian teachers in the Lower Carpathian region.
In Jobbik's view, each national community has the inalienable right to use their languages freely. Any country curbing these rights must not be regarded as one governed by the rule of law.
Ukrainian paramilitary unit Karpatska Sitsh (KS), which has issued threats to execute Hungarian activists, will go on to operate as a part of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
We call upon the Hungarian government to use all possible forums to apply all means to protect Hungarian-language education and schools in the Lower Carpathians.
While threatening to liquidate Jobbik and Sixty-Four Counties Movement (HVIM) members, Karpatska Sitsh (KS) operates military training camps in the Lower Carpathians.
Romanian media has taken notice of Jobbik's growing popularity and daily newspaper Adevărul published an interview with Jobbik's vice president István Szávay.
In a closed session of the National Security Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly, the Information Office and the Military National Security Service briefed the MPs about the threat on Jobbik.
We are informed that Jobbik established its first organization overseas last week.
An armed organization of Ukrainian nationalists threatened to apply violent measures to annihilate the activists of supposedly hostile Hungarian organizations and parties operating in the Lower Carpat