“The only acceptable asylum system is one that is acceptable to all member states”

The dangers arising from plans to reform the Dublin asylum rules and the mandatory distribution of asylum seekers within the European Union are far from over and “we are far from being able to relax”, a government official said after a meeting in Brussels of European affairs ministers. Continue reading ““The only acceptable asylum system is one that is acceptable to all member states””

British historian: Orban is right to do what he does

The European Union is facing reality, that nation states give no way to Brussels’ imperialism, British commentator and historian David Pryce-Jones told Hungarian news site Mandiner. According to Pryce-Jones it’s a pity that the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy was dissolved, and he also said that Hungarians have a strong identity and what Viktor Orban represents is perfectly normal. Continue reading “British historian: Orban is right to do what he does”

Szijjarto urges comprehensive free trade agreement with the UK

“The most wide-reaching and comprehensive free trade agreement possible must be achieved between Great Britain and the European Union to ensure that economic, trade and investor relations can continue as smoothly as possible”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said on Thursday in Budapest. Continue reading “Szijjarto urges comprehensive free trade agreement with the UK”