János Csák, Minister of Culture and Innovation, visited Transcarpathia
János Csák, Minister of Culture and Innovation, visited Transcarpathia on 23 September.
At the beginning of his visit, the Minister met Ildiko Orosz, the president of the Ferenc Rakoczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian College of Higher Education, István Csernicskó, rector, Gyula Fodor, Béla Rácz and János Csizmár, vice-rectors, Dóra Kóré, director of the Transcarpathian Hungarian Lyceum, István Nagy, director of the Ede Egán Ede Vocational Training Centre in Beregszász, Dénes Szedlák, director of the college’s dormitory, and visited the college building. He then attended the opening ceremony of the academic year of Rákóczi College, which took place in the Reformed Church of Beregszász.
At the end of his visit, János Csák visited the Good Samaritan Children’s Home in Nagydobrony, where he watched a festive programme of the young people and met the residents of the home.
Finally, the Minister of Culture and Innovation together with members of the college’s management visited the Nagydobrony Vocational Training Centre of the Rákóczi College’s Egán Ede Vocational Training Centre and the Nagydobrony Forest School.
“Nagydobrony is a fantastic village. With just over 6000 inhabitants, it has three schools, which means that the Hungarians living here have confidence in the future. It’s a mainly agricultural settlement, but the vocational school also teaches car mechanics, welding, cookery and tourism. I believe that Nagydobrony is an exemplary village for all of us,”
said János Csák, summing up his trip to Transcarpathia.