Arriving at the summit of the Friends of Cohesion group in Bratislava, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that there will be complicated negotiations on the next seven-year EU budget, but an agreement will be reached. Continue reading “Orban expects complicated EU budget talks”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has completed “a record-breaking diplomatic schedule” in the past month and met some of the most important world leaders, the state secretary for communications said on Wednesday. Continue reading ““The government will not accept political blackmail””
In an interview with Hungarian news site HVG.hu, Andriana Sukova, Deputy-Director General of the DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission stressed that the next EU budget is not focusing on supporting migration. Continue reading ““The fight against poverty is no success story in the EU””
The infringement procedure initiated by the European Commission against Hungary due to its “Stop Soros” laws is “unacceptable” and “constitutes an attack against Hungary”, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Tuesday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Infringement procedure attack against Hungary”
“We are protecting the borders and building a fence”, it’s the EU’s duty to respect our decisions, Secretary of State for EU Relations Judit Varga from the Prime Minister’s Office told Mandiner.hu in an introductory interview. Continue reading “The EU budget is political and unfair – state secretary”
Hungary’s government and parliament have all the tools they need to protect the country from migration, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: We have all the tools to protect Hungary from migration”
A compromise cannot be made in the dispute over migration, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Saturday, and added that “there is no need for such a compromise”.