An increasing number of Hungarian families living in the UK are considering the option of moving back to Hungary because of the high cost of nursery care, the prime ministerial commissioner in charge of the policy of Hungarians abroad said in Cardiff on Friday.
Katalin Szili visited the Hungarian community in the capital city of Wales and attended a regional diaspora conference.
Further incentives for these families are the family support measures implemented in the recent years by the Hungarian government, she told MTI by phone.
The number of Hungarian schools is constantly growing in the United Kingdom, she said, noting that their current number is 23 in England and three in Wales.
There are currently 1,550 pupils attending these schools, six of which opened in the past three years, Szili added.
She praised Hungarian-Welsh cultural ties, noting a festival of the two countries’ choirs scheduled for next week.