In a bid to boost birth rates, Orban promised a lifetime income tax exemption for women with four or more kids.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is a staunch opponent of the EU's migration policy; his premiership has been marked by clashes with George Soros, a billionaire who champions the global liberal agenda, resulting in his Open Society Foundations NGO being forced out of Hungary.
Mijatovic said that "the space for the work of NGOs, human rights defenders and journalists critical of the government has become very narrow and restricted", and called on Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government to "reverse its worrying course" on human rights.
A subsidy of 2.5 million forints (£6,821) will also be available towards the purchase of a seven-seat vehicle for families with three or more children.
"This is the Hungarians' answer, not immigration", Orban said.
The prime minister also listed some of his government's economic achievements - such as low unemployment - and vowed to fight poverty.
Orban then turned his attention to May's European Parliament elections, repeating his accusation that the leadership of the European Union wants to fill the continent with migrants, majority Muslim.
'We have to understand that the European peoples have come to a historical crossroads, ' Mr Orban said. "For every missing child there should be one coming in and then the numbers will be fine", Orban said in his annual state of the nation address on Sunday, as cited by Reuters.
After his speech, several hundred members and supporters of Hungary's main opposition parties held an anti-Orban rally in Buda Castle.
A small group of protesters used their cars to block traffic from crossing the Chain Bridge over the Danube River for most of the day.