Hungary will protect its borders “under all circumstances” and will not let in any illegal migrants, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said after talks with Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic in Belgrade on Monday. Meanwhile, Austria sends police units to the Hungarian-Serbian border and Hungary sends police units to North Macedonia and Serbia. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Hungary protects its borders under all circumstances”
The Austrian People’s Party (OVP) was “very rational” in the debate over Fidesz within the European People’s Party (EPP), Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign minister, said in an interview published by the APA news agency on Wednesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: OVP rational in EPP debate over Fidesz”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday congratulated Austrian People’s Party chief Sebastian Kurz on his party’s victory in Austria’s recent parliamentary elections.
All “pro-migration” voters will turn up at the ballots for the European parliamentary election, “so let us be there, too”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told commercial Hir TV on Friday, ahead of Sunday’s vote. Continue reading “Orban encourages anti-migration voters to participate”
A national security committee meeting convened to discuss potential Hungarian ties to the Strache affair lacked a quorum on Friday because of a no-show by ruling party representatives. Continue reading “Strache affair: Scandal in the national security committee”
Austria’s ÖVP-FPÖ coalition government has been leading the country well, but it seems that an internal policy scandal can remove a government within a week, Gergely Gulyas, the Minister Heading the PM’s Office told Mandiner.hu on Wednesday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Strache video unimaginable in Hungary”
By protecting its southern border, Hungary also protects Austria’s border, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Monday after talks with Vice-Chancellor of Austria Heinz-Christian Strache, who is also chairman of the Freedom Party (FPO). Continue reading “Orban meets Strache in Budapest”