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PM Orbán: Christian democracy defends us from migration, it helps protect our borders and support families
“We can’t carry out the work of the next four years without inserting it into a long-term plan,” said Prime Minister Orbán this morning in his regular interview with Hungary’s public Kossuth Radio. The PM shared specific plans, touched upon … Czytaj dalej
Tusk has spoken the truth with regard to the mandatory relocation quotas 14 December 2017 Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, in a telephone statement to Hungarian news agency MTI on Thursday, welcomed President of the European … Czytaj dalej
ON THE RULING BY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE STATEMENTS BY MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PÉTER SZIJJÁRTÓ AND MINISTER OF JUSTICE LÁSZLÓ TRÓCSÁNYI
6 September 2017 In Budapest on Wednesday, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said that “The position of the Hungarian government is that the ruling issued by the European Court of Justice in the migrant quota case … Czytaj dalej
“We’ve had the Tavares Report, now comes the Soros Report”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said on May 17th in reaction to the fact that the European Parliament has called for the triggering of Article 7 infringement … Czytaj dalej
Allow me to welcome you all. Good afternoon! There is something piquant about the fact that we may now welcome the Chancellor of Austria in the Delegation Hall of the Hungarian Parliament Building where the Austrian and Hungarian committees and … Czytaj dalej
Frans Timmermans has acknowledged that Brussels intends to apply mandatory resettlement quotas, which are unacceptable. Only the Hungarian people have the right to decide on whom we let into our country – this is not a decision which Brussels may … Czytaj dalej
“No European nation can be free if Europe is not [free],” said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, “and today, Europe is not.”
22 February 2016, Budapest
Éva Kocsis: We have Prime Minister Viktor Orbán with us in the studio. Good morning.
Culture is the lifeblood of Central European cooperation and in the absence of culture politics and economies cannot succeed – Minister for Human Resources Zoltán Balog said on Wednesday in Fertőd, western Hungary.