Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban called for unity and cooperation between the eastern and western member states of the European Union ahead of a working lunch with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris on Friday.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban is scheduled to hold talks with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris on Friday, according to Magyar Hirlap online.
The traditional centrist parties have been disappointing the people for too long, and Emmanuel Macron’s policies have shown the real division in France: globalists, federalists vs. sovereignists who support nation states and democracy, Nicolas Bay the secretary general of National Rally told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap.
French President Emmanuel Macron invited the prime ministers of the Visegrad Four group for lunch before today’s informal European Council meeting in Brussels. Continue reading “V4 leaders meet Macron”
Viktor Orban, Hungary’s prime minister, on Tuesday hailed French President Emmanuel Macron’s call for launching talks on reforming the European Union. Continue reading “Orban hails Macron’s EU reform initiative”
Before visiting Slovakia and the Czech Republic this weekend, French President Emmanuel Macron provided written answers to the questions of selected outlets of the Visegrad countries. Hungarian HVG.hu, Czech Hospodárske Noviny, Polish Rzeczpospolita and Slovakian SME got the opportunity for a joint interview. He spoke to HVG.hu about Viktor Orban and the rule of law in Hungary too. Continue reading “Macron: I’m leading no personal campaign against Orban”
French President Emmanuel Macron and EP President Jean-Claude Juncker are pro-migration politicians who criticise and “attack” Hungary because it rejected to accept migrants and defended its borders, the Hungarian foreign minister told public media on Friday. Continue reading “Szijjarto slams “pro-migration forces””