In Hungary, the World Hunting Exhibition can only be organized as a large-scale event, because it is worthy of the hunting culture of Central Hungary in Central Europe, said Zsolt Semjén at the opening of the “One with Nature” World Hunting and Nature Exhibition at Hungexpo.
In his speech, the Deputy Prime Minister highlighted the ambitious program offering, where he selected yellow in it, from science to gastronomy and many sports activities to the arts, everything related to hunting. Description
70,000 hunters and 700,000 anglers in Hungary,
and many thousands more sport shooters, archers, hounds and riders operate nationwide. Together with their family members, therefore, a quarter of the nation is included in this community.
According to Zsolt Semjén, the worthy organization of the world exhibition includes the fact that the Hungarian hunting law is perhaps the best in the world.
The Deputy Prime Minister noted with great regret that much of the media is demagogically anti-managerial, in addition to environmentalists, the appearance of eco-terrorists sailing into humanity, and promoting unnatural things to those who constantly refer to nature.
According to the politician, the natural order follows from the order of creation, on the basis of which all creatures must be given the dignity to which they are entitled. That is why the mission of the World’s Fair is to show that hunting culture is a special phenomenon arising from human nature.
Zsolt Semjén emphasized that man has always hunted, and today the diversity of nature, agriculture and wildlife cannot be maintained without game management. If it is abandoned all over the world, experience has shown that wildlife begins to perish, where it is re-developed, where the quantity and quality of wildlife also increases.
According to the Bible, it is as much a mistake to leave the environment to fate as it is to rob, and
as the gardener takes care of the garden entrusted to him, the hunter takes care of the forest, the field, the wild
All elements of the exhibition will be preserved, the event will take its rightful place at the end of the event, and its location will enrich the capital. The rebuilt Hungexpo can host hundreds of events every year for generations. The Deputy Prime Minister also attended St. Hubertus Mass commemorating the patron saint of hunters. Archbishop Balázs Bábel of Kalocsa-Kecskemét emphasized that the message of the world exhibition fits in with the teachings of the church. As he put it, the problems of everyday life can be solved over time, but the remaining tasks are to glorify God and the created world.
The Bible mentions hunters as the guardians of life, and Pope Francis himself attaches great importance to the protection of nature, he added. The World Expo, organizers estimate, will receive at least 1 million shipments by October 14th.
(Featured image: Zsolt Semjén, Deputy Prime Minister (front, j) and Archduke Charles of Habsburg-Lorraine, the main patron of the World Exhibition (front, b)) September 25. MTI / Zsolt Czeglédi)