Index – Economy – Janos Lazar lifts the veil on big plans, the decision affects the entire territory of Budapest

In handing over the new building of the Innovative Technical College and Biatorbágyi Gymnasium, Janos Lazar spoke about the fact that, since the new institution is focused on logistics, information technology and financial accounting, it can play an important role in the government’s plans. He expressed it this way:

it is necessary to consider whether the Carpathian Basin can be between east and west, between north and south, at the meeting of cultures, it is no longer a ferry country, but rather a bridge country.

In the sense that it ensures the intersection of the worlds with its rail lines and highways, ensures the free movement of goods and people, the importance of this has increased due to Covid and the war, the minister added, according to an MIT report.

Janos Lazar touched upon the fact that there is an intellectual dilemma regarding the geographical transformation of the country, since not only Budapest will have an agglomeration, but also Szeged, Debrecen, Nyiregyhaza, Gyor, Szombathely, Veszprem and Szekesfehervar. He added that cities and rural settlements are growing together.

“It will be a new type of Hungarian settlement of the 21st century, when the countryside merges with the big city. When the causes of home and progress meet each other. The agglomeration city model is the model that we, the people of Fidesz, the governors of the era, must create and implement,” the minister added.

Tamas Menzer, Secretary of State for Bilateral Relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Member of the Regional Parliament for Fidesz-KDNP, said that the value of the transferred educational institution is HUF 15.5 billion and the school equipment is more than HUF 1 billion. necessary infrastructure, its construction cost the government 6.5 billion forints.

Meanwhile, the head of the department wrote on Facebook that the Biatorbágy Innovative Technical College and High School offers its students a secure future. “Its most important goal is to act as a modern institution and respond to the needs of the 21st century. needs of the labor market of the 20th century,” he stressed.