The Hungarian government rejects the United Nations’ comprehensive pact on migration; it has left the negotiating table and will not consider its implementation binding, should it be accepted at the December meeting of UN heads of states and governments in Morocco, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in a letter on Friday.
Hungary is ready to provide Turkey with all assistance to that country’s efforts to reform the rule of law and its judiciary, Justice Minister Laszlo Trocsanyi told MTI after talks with his Turkish counterpart Abdulhamit Gul in Ankara on Thursday. Continue reading “Trocsanyi offers help to Turkey’s judicial reform”
The outcome in Hungary of the EP elections may have a crucial impact on the future of the European Union, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office stated at a Budapest forum regarding the future of Europe. Continue reading “Gulyas: Hungarian outcome of EP elections will be crucial”
Tibor Bana, the deputy leader of conservative opposition Jobbik, on Wednesday said the party will call on its members to support Hungary’s membership in the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO). Continue reading “Jobbik calls for Hungary to join European prosecutor’s office”
At an event marking the reopening of the refurbished Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that for Christian, Hungarian and European culture to survive, its adherents must now defend their cultural essence, identity and sovereignty in the vortex of Europe’s cultural war. Continue reading “Orban: We must defend our cultural identity now”
Hungarian experts reacted to Angela Merkel’s resignation from the CDU’s leadership. Continue reading ““Merkel weightless in German politics””
“Over the past four and a half years, Jean-Claude Juncker has proven that he is unfit to head the European Commission”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said in a statement to Hungarian news agency MTI on Tuesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Juncker unfit to lead the Commission”