On 20 October 2020, the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights visited two schools in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County, where he met with the heads of institutions and school guards. Dr. Ákos Kozma was received by Headmaster István Péter at the Kállay Rudolf Vocational School of the Mátészalka Centre of Vocational Training, and by Headmistress Mrs. Zita Zsigó Tóth at the Sipkay Barna Technology School of the Nyíregyháza Centre of Vocational Training.
On the occasion of the 2020 International Landscape Day, Commissioner for Fundamental Rights Dr Ákos Kozma and Ombudsman for Future Generations Dr Gyula Bándi call the attention of decision-makers and society as a whole to the key significance of the condition of landscapes, with special regard to their role in harmonizing the natural and built values of the human environment, as well as the cultural assets and elements of community identity. Landscapes are a part of the common heritage of the nation, so their protection and preservation for future generations are the obligation of the state and every citizen pursuant to the Fundamental Law of Hungary. This is why landscape protection criteria are to be enforced in an integrated way during decision-making, thus ensuring the long-term protection of the “man-made and natural assets of the Carpathian Basin”.
On 19 October 2020, the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights paid an official visit to the Somogy County Police Headquarters. Ombudsman Dr. Ákos Kozma was received by Chief of County Police Colonel Gábor Molnár who informed Dr. Kozma about the operation of the Somogy County Police Headquarters and the health measures taken in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
On 16 October 2020, the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights paid an official visit to Stromfeld Aurél Technology School of the Nógrád County Vocational Training Centre in Salgótarján, where he was received by Headmaster János Bozó.
On 16 October 2020, Dr. Ákos Kozma paid an official visit to the Nógrád County Police Headquarters. The Commissioner for Fundamental Rights was received by Brigadier General, Chief Police Counsellor dr. Gabriella Somssich, Head of the Nógrád County Police Headquarters.