One year after his last visit, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan travels to Budapest this autumn, daily Magyar Nemzet reports. Continue reading “Erdogan visits Hungary in November”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday said that even at times when the continent was divided “we knew there was always only one Europe,” at an ecumenical service commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Pan-European Picnic, a pivotal event in the fall of communism in 1989. Continue reading ““Europe has always been one” – Orban meets Merkel”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will mark the 30th anniversary of the Pan-European Picnic, one of a series of events that led to the dismantling of the Iron Curtain and the fall of communism, in Sopron, in western Hungary, on Monday. Continue reading “Orban, Merkel to mark Pan-European Picnic anniversary”
According to Czech pollster STEM, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is the 3rd most popular foreign politician in the Czech Republic. Continue reading “Orban’s popular in the Czech Republic”
After years of disputes, Hungary’s and Poland’s government suddenly decided to switch to pragmatic relations with the European Commision, Thomas Gutschker writes in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Continue reading ““Hungary and Poland suddenly find Brussels good””
It was a good decision to “keep the ideological guerillas away” and vote for leaders who have a “pragmatic instinct for life”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said after meeting European Commission EC President-elect Ursula von der Leyen. Continue reading “Orban: Decision to back Von der Leyen was good”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban will mark together the 30th anniversary of the Pan-European Picnic, one of a series of events leading to the dismantling of the Iron Curtain and the fall of communism, the prime minister’s press chief told MTI on Wednesday.