Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s visit to Üröm animal shelter
15. 12. 2021.
On Wednesday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán paid a visit to the Üröm animal shelter where he delivered half a tonne of pet food, Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief informed the Hungarian news agency MTI.

The Prime Minister was received by Mrs Szűcs Adrienne Mércse, the head of the Üröm Duhajdomb Animal Shelter Foundation, and the volunteers working there.

Mr Orbán and ministerial commissioner for the renewal and implementation of the National Animal Protection Programme Péter Ovádi delivered to the site in person the 500 kilograms of pet food provided for more than two hundred similar institutions around the country as part of the government programme.

At present, the Üröm animal shelter, which also has a dog training centre, provides shelter for some 50 cats and dogs. The purpose of the organisation is to treat the animals’ physical and psychological injuries and traumas.

On Wednesday afternoon, a video of the prime ministerial pet food delivery will also be posted on Mr Orbán’s social media account, the press chief reported.