Prime Minister Viktor Orban in his state-of-the-nation address on Sunday laid out in detail his government’s climate protection action plan and its goals to continue developing the country, concluding his speech with the motto “Hungary before all else”. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary before all else”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Monday he was certain European Union member states would reach an agreement on the bloc’s next budget that would satisfy everyone, adding, however, that more time was needed to get there. Continue reading “Orban certain EU to agree satisfactory outcome to next budget”
The government’s aim is for the Hungarian economy’s level of development to reach 85 percent of the average development level of the European Union by 2030, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told an international press conference on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban holds an international press conference”
The price of climate protection must be paid by those destroying the climate, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview published by daily Magyar Nemzeton Tuesday.
The result of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance at the recent European parliamentary election has been “a victory commanding respect”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public Kossuth Radio on Friday morning. Continue reading “Orban: Fidesz victory commands respect”
According to Oxford-based Hungarian economist Peter Rona the Hungarian opposition will pay a big price if it follows the “tradition” of expecting external help. He told daily Nepszava that “the Orban system could fall sooner than many people think”. Continue reading “Orban can fall sooner than we think – economist”
No one can be allowed to engage in violence, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview to public broadcaster Kossuth Radio on Friday, referring to the recent anti-government demonstrations. The prime minister said a clear line must be drawn between the expression of one’s political views and vandalism. Continue reading “Orban: No one can be allowed to engage in violence”