In an interview with Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap, US Ambassador David Cornstein recalled that the Obama administration was openly criticising the Orban government in Hungary, instead of seeking dialogue. The ambassador – a friend of President Donald Trump – stressed that according to his experiences in the world of business, dialogue brings better results, so he came here to work with the Hungarian government. Continue reading “US ambassador praises Orban’s govt”
Hungary and the United States today support and protect the same values, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at a reception hosted by the US Embassy to mark Independence Day in Budapest on Tuesday.
House Speaker Laszlo Kover, Defence Minister Tibor Benko, NATO dignitaries and other officials on Wednesday attended a conference in the Hungarian Parliament, marking the 20th anniversary of the country’s accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Continue reading ““Hungary is a reliable ally””
According to the Wall Street Journal, in a meeting with US Ambassador David B. Cornstein, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban told the American diplomats that he refuses to pressurise China and Russia, and would rather stay neutral like Austria. Continue reading “WSJ: Concerns over Orban’s Russian and Chinese ties”
David B. Cornstein, the United States’ ambassador to Hungary, said he has not experienced any infringement on freedom rights in Hungary and should the case be the opposite, he would certainly speak out against that, in an interview published by Jewish political and cultural magazine Szombat (Shabbat) on Thursday. Continue reading “US ambassador sees no violation of freedom rights in Hungary”
Relations between the United States and Hungary “have not been how they should have” recently, David B. Cornstein, the United States’ ambassador to Hungary, said in Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, on Wednesday. Continue reading “US ambassador: US-Hungary relations have changed”
It is not a stretch to say that bilateral relations between Hungary and the United States could be expected to undergo a genuine revival in the coming period, the foreign minister said on Tuesday, marking Fourth of July, in Budapest. Days before, the new US ambassador paid his first visit the Central European University – but what does this mean? Continue reading ““America first, regardless of Soros””
“Before arriving in Budapest, I advised my old friend Donald Trump to call Viktor Orban and congratulate him on his election victory. The call was organised for next day,” the new ambassador of the United States, David Cornstein told daily Magyar Idok in his first interview in Hungarian media. Continue reading “US ambassador promises fresh start”