Prime Minister Viktor Orban bemoaned the endorsement on Sunday by EU leaders in Brussels of the Brexit withdrawal agreement, calling the day “a real Black Sunday” and “a sad day for the European Union”. Continue reading “Orban: It’s a Black Sunday”
Speaking at a press conference in Brussels, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto reiterated that former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski entered Hungary fully legally. The asylum request of the politician was discussed in the parliament too. Continue reading “Government pressed for answers about Gruevski”
Central European countries expect the European Commission and other relevant EU institutions to make every effort to reach an agreement on the terms of Brexit, Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign minister, said on Sunday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Central Europe expects Commission to conclude Brexit deal”
Hungary insists on its right to protect its borders, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told reporters ahead of an informal summit of EU leaders in Salzburg on Wednesday. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary insists on right to protect border”
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has called for “a strong European Union and a European community whose strength is founded on strong member states.” Continue reading “Szijjarto calls for strong EU member states”
If we import the third world we get third world problems,” British independent MEP Janice Atkinson told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap, adding that “rapes, gang rape, violent crime have increased exponentially and that our prisons are proportionally overburdened with foreign criminals in comparison to the citizens of our states”.
Hungary has a vested interest in a comprehensive free trade agreement between the EU and the UK after the latter’s exit from the bloc, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Tuesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto urges comprehensive free trade agreement with the UK”