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Hungary: conservative leaders at demographic summit

Focus on traditional family against mass immigration

23 September, 13:51
(ANSA) - BELGRADE, SEP 23 - Conservative leaders from Central- and Eastern Europe and from the Balkans will take part at the fourth Budapest Demographic Summit on September 23 and 24. Among the speakers, the Hungarian Minister for Families Katalin Novak, the Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, the former US vice-president Mike Pence, the Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa, the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis, the Serbian member of the Bosnian tripartite presidency Milorad Dodik and the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

"Family is not the problem but the solution" to the demographic crisis large parts of Eastern Europe are facing, the event concept reads. "The key to sustainability is the financial and moral strengthening of families" and "a sustainable future can only be created by thriving, booming nations built of strong families," it continues. The summit will focus on the so-called 'Hungarian model', "a feasible alternative to the pro-migration approach." The Hungarian government sees the solution of the demographic crisis in supporting families rather than in mass immigration, minister Novak said at the beginning of September.

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