Addressing an international press conference on Thursday, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Hungary’s goal is to have “anti-immigration forces” in the majority in every European Union institution. Continue reading “Orban: Migration to be Europe’s defining issue in next 15-20 years”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban held bilateral talks with new Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro during his working visit to Brazil on Wednesday, Orban’s press chief said.
According to the last Top50 list published by Hungarian weekly Forbes, currently, the richest person in Hungary is businessman Lorinc Meszaros, a former pipe-fitter, who hasn’t been on the list only five years ago. Meszaros also happens to be the mayor of Viktor Orban’s home village, Felcsut. Continue reading “Pro-government businessman richest Hungarian”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban confirmed that he will attend the inauguration of Brazil’s next president, Jair Bolsonaro on the 1st of January, according to the local Folhapress news agency. Continue reading “Orban attends Bolsonaro’s inauguration”
Hungary was a loser in the 20th century but it is determined to be a winner in the 21st, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a Christmas interview published in daily Magyar Idokon Monday.
Europe will be stable and successful only if it remains European, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview with Austrian news portal oe24.at published on Sunday. Continue reading “Orban: Europe successful only if it remains European”
No one can be allowed to engage in violence, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview to public broadcaster Kossuth Radio on Friday, referring to the recent anti-government demonstrations. The prime minister said a clear line must be drawn between the expression of one’s political views and vandalism. Continue reading “Orban: No one can be allowed to engage in violence”