The European People’s Party (EPP) will not change course and has made clear that those wishing to belong to the party family are expected to endorse its values, Manfred Weber, the EPP’s group leader in the European Parliament, said on Tuesday, in reaction to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s remarks on his Fidesz party’s membership. Continue reading “EPP not changing course, says Weber”
The Hungarian government fully expects the upcoming period in European politics to be teeming with disputes, an official of the Prime Minister’s Office told public radio on Sunday. Continue reading “Domotor: Upcoming period in European politics to be teeming with disputes”
The government’s aim is for the Hungarian economy’s level of development to reach 85 percent of the average development level of the European Union by 2030, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told an international press conference on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban holds an international press conference”
The Hungarian troops stationed in Iraq continue to carry out their mission with the necessary security measures in place, the defence ministry said on Monday.
The Hungarian government will double the number of soldiers patrolling the borders “in light of increasing migration pressure”, Szilard Nemeth, state secretary at the defence ministry, told a press conference on Sunday. Continue reading “Govt to double border control troops”
The Hungarian government has condemned a recent attack against the United States’ embassy in Baghdad, the foreign ministry said in a statement on Saturday.
Fidesz MEP Tamas Deutsch says the key task in 2020 is to put a halt to migration to Europe.