Orban: ‘Poor’ EU countries mustn’t be made to bear costs of climate action

From central Europe and Hungary’s perspective the upcoming European Union summit in Brussels will be about “not allowing the Brussels bureaucrats to make poor people and the poor member states bear the costs of the fight against climate change”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said ahead of the summit on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban: ‘Poor’ EU countries mustn’t be made to bear costs of climate action”

Szijjarto: Success stories expected in Hungary-Russia ties

Hungarian-Russian relations will soon be characterised by success stories, having been in a downswing for many long years, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said after talks with Sergey Lavrov, his Russian counterpart, in Moscow on Wednesday. He also commented on the issues of the conflict with Ukraine, and energy security. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Success stories expected in Hungary-Russia ties”