FUEN President Hans Heinrich Hansen conveyed warm greetings, on behalf of the minorities in Europe that are united in FUEN, to around 1000 delegates of the Democratic Alliance of the Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ).
With the slogan “You are not alone – one million signatures for diversity in Europe”, the Europe-wide citizens’ initiative – the “Minority SafePack Initiative” – was presented at the seat of the Democratic Alliance of the Hungarians (RMDSZ) in Cluj / Kolosvár yesterday.
The president of the Democratic Alliance of the Hungarians in Romania, Hunor Kelemen, and the president of FUEN, Hans Heinrich Hansen came to Kiel, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein for a working visit with the Minister for Justice, Culture and European Affairs, Anke Spoorendonk.
The European citizens’ initiative for the minorities in Europe has a new founding member. Seven citizens of the European Union, from seven different Member States have to submit the citizens’ initiative to the European Commission.
The European citizens’ initiative of the minorities in Europe receives wider and wider support. At a meeting with representatives of the ethnic groups in Austria, cooperation was intensified. The meeting was attended by FUEN-President Hans Heinrich Hansen, the Vice-President of the Hungarians in Romania László Borbély and the Director of the Ethnic Group Centre Hubert Mikel (see photo).
With pleasure and sympathy, FUEN-President Hans Heinrich Hansen and the Vice-President of the Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ), László Borbély, received the news that the negotiators from Serbia and Kosovo had come to an agreement after tough negotiations and brokered by EU High Representative Lady Ashton