Hungarian village program continuing next year

Government

Next year's budget will ensure the continuation of the Hungarian Village Program, with expanding opportunities, Fidesz spokesman László Horváth said yesterday, according to profitline.hu.

In his video message, the politician said the village csok program (a family home discount) continues to support rural home creation.

Bypasses will be renewed, 1,500 kilometers of village roads repaired, and thousands of tenders will help renovate village kindergartens, schools, doctor's offices, playgrounds, and public spaces.

They will also assist in purchasing equipment, buses and support the operation of shops, Horváth added.

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