On 21 December, the incoming Hungarian Council presidency described its priorities for the first half of 2011. The communications priorities are “strategy, security and spectrum policy,” according to Information and Communications Minister Zsolt Nyitrai. The Hungarian presidency will seek to ensure “continuity” of ongoing work on the Europe 2020 strategy, including several communications items agreed upon in November 2009 by the then-incoming Spanish, Belgian and Hungarian presidencies. Hungary confirmed it wants to extend the current March 2012 term of the Cyprus-based European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) and give it more flexibility to protect against network threats. The Minister also emphasized the need to complete work on the radio spectrum policy programme (RSPP) and act on the European digital agenda, with its focus on fast and ultra-fast broadband by 2020.