The Central Eastern European region has gained more significance during the last 30 years, and now the question is how it can remain stable, or even a stabilizing force in Europe, says former Austrian vice-chancellor (ÖVP), Erhard Busek, who gave an interview to Hungarian news site Azonnali. Continue reading “Erhard Busek: Orban is right about many things, but he won’t stay until 2030”
The seventh amendment of the constitution and the “Stop Soros” package of laws approved by parliament serve to guarantee Hungary’s sovereignty and security, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Thursday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Constitutional amendment, ‘Stop Soros’ guarantee Hungary’s sovereignty, security”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday said the Visegrad Group and Austria agreed that the European Union must be in a position to protect its external borders against migrants and ensure security for its citizens. Continue reading “Orban: Europe must be able to protect its own borders”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Wednesday met Albanian President Ilir Meta in Parliament to discuss the two countries’ developing bilateral ties, border protection and the enlargement of the European Union in the Balkans, Bertalan Havasi, the prime minister’s press chief, said. Continue reading “Orban meets Albanian president Meta”
Parliament on Wednesday passed the “Stop Soros” package of laws that penalise activities in support of illegal migration. Lawmakers also passed the constitutional amendment on “the preservation of Hungary’s Christian culture”. Continue reading “Parliament passes Stop Soros, amends constitution”
The deputy head of the European Commission, the UN’s human rights commissioner and the chairman of the Venice Commission have recently “formed a united pro-migration Soros front”, which the Hungarian government will continue to fight to protect Hungarians from illegal migration, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Tuesday in Stockholm.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday inaugurated a memorial to the victims of Budapest’s Soviet occupation, saying that after the second world war, “we learnt that Hungary’s most important asset is its sovereignty”.