Over the coming period, Hungary’s government will turn its focus to boosting the country’s national independence, Cabinet Chief Antal Rogan said on Saturday. Continue reading “Rogan: Govt to focus on boosting national independence”
The European Commission needs a leader who respects countries in Central Europe, cabinet chief Antal Rogan said on public radio on Sunday.
The Hungarian government has released this English-language internet video “in response to the affronts to our country,” Government Spokesman Zoltan Kovacs announced on his blog, About Hungary, referring to – among other things – the European Parliament’s report about Hungary. Continue reading “Hungary’s govt to “shake up Brussels””
“There is no need for Frontex to protect the Hungarian border in our place,” Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in Salzburg on Thursday. The cabinet minister later said that the proposal that Hungary objects to has been sent back. Continue reading “Orban: No need for Frontex to protect the border in our place”
The European Parliament’s “pro-migration majority” is preparing to launch a “last and desperate attack on Hungary”, Antal Rogan, the head of the prime minister’s cabinet, told reporters concerning the EP’s Sargentini report on the state of the rule of law in the country. Continue reading “Rogan: Sargentini report last, desperate attack”
If decisions as to “which migrants entering Europe should be given refugee status” were made in Brussels “it would even pose a greater danger than migrant quotas”, Antal Rogan, head of the prime minister’s cabinet office, told public Kossuth Radio on Sunday morning.
“Faced with an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in Hungary,” the Open Society Foundations (OSF) are moving their Budapest-based international operations and staff to Berlin, the foundation wrote in its statement on Tuesday. Continue reading “Soros foundation leaves Budapest”
Parliament’s relevant committees interviewed candidates for ministers in Hungary’s new government on Monday. Continue reading “New ministers pledge to protect national interests”
Hungary will stand by the decision voters made on April 8 and will not budge one iota on its migration policy, cabinet chief Antal Rogan told news portal pestisracok.hu in an interview on Thursday. Continue reading “Rogan: Hungary won’t budge on migration”
Hungary’s new government will have some new members and a largely new structure to address challenges posed by migration and protect national sovereignty, the cabinet office chief said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Rogan: New govt to work for the Europe of nations”