At the end of Monday’s meeting with Viktor Orban, US President Donald Trump said the Hungarian prime minister and he “were like twins”, the US ambassador to Budapest said in an interview to news portal 444. Continue reading “Trump told Orban it felt like they’re twins”
The strategic alliance between Hungary and the US has been successfully strengthened in every respect, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Tuesday after returning from Washington, DC. Continue reading “Orban: Trump ‘strong, target-oriented’ leader”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s meeting with US President Donald Trump in Washington, DC, got under way on Monday afternoon local time. Trump praised the efforts of Orban to preserve Hungary’s security. Continue reading “Trump: Orban did a good job”
The European Commission, after criticising the Hungarian government’s prenatal subsidies, has decided to reject the scheme, the government spokesman said on Sunday. The Commission rejected the claims in a statement. Continue reading “The EC rejects the government’s accusations”
Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen inaugurated a bronze statue of St. Pope John Paul II in Piliscsaba, near Budapest, on Saturday.
Foreign ministry state secretary Levente Magyar has summoned the Swedish ambassador to Hungary over recent critical remarks by the Swedish prime minister about Hungary, the ministry said in a statement on Friday. Continue reading “MFA: Sweden’s PM is lying”
According to Oxford-based Hungarian economist Peter Rona the Hungarian opposition will pay a big price if it follows the “tradition” of expecting external help. He told daily Nepszava that “the Orban system could fall sooner than many people think”. Continue reading “Orban can fall sooner than we think – economist”