Developments in Hungary should be recognised, the Austrian Freedom Party’s (FPÖ) group leader, Johann Gudenus told Hungarian public news channel M1. He stressed that his party strongly denounces the European Parliament’s report about Hungary and the procedure against the country. Continue reading “FPÖ group leader supports Hungary’s government”
Hungary will only conclude a bilateral agreement with Germany concerning migration if such an agreement is reached between Germany and Austria, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at his talks with the Austrian chancellor, Orban’s press chief said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Orban discusses migration with Kurz”
Interior ministers of the four Visegrad countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia – and their Austrian counterpart met for talks in Budapest on Tuesday. Continue reading “Visegrad interior ministers meet in Budapest”
“I don’t expect productive solutions, as long as Macron and Merkel are forcing their will upon the European Council”, FPÖ secretary general and EP delegation head Harald Vilimsky told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap. Continue reading “Alternative model for cooperation in the EU”
The Central Eastern European region has gained more significance during the last 30 years, and now the question is how it can remain stable, or even a stabilizing force in Europe, says former Austrian vice-chancellor (ÖVP), Erhard Busek, who gave an interview to Hungarian news site Azonnali. Continue reading “Erhard Busek: Orban is right about many things, but he won’t stay until 2030”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday said the Visegrad Group and Austria agreed that the European Union must be in a position to protect its external borders against migrants and ensure security for its citizens. Continue reading “Orban: Europe must be able to protect its own borders”
A summit will be held on Thursday in Budapest with the prime ministers of the Visegrad Group (V4) and the Chancellor of Austria attending, the PM’s press chief said in a statement.