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”.
Hungary’s chances are good in the fight against the mandatory migrant redistribution quota system because the decision, which would distribute migrants among member states without upper limits, “could be postponed or even changed”, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, Gergely Gulyas, told a press conference on Thursday. Continue reading “Gulyas: We stand a good chance in this fight”
Both Hungary and Poland want to build a strong Europe and contribute to discussions and reforms aimed at Europe’s peaceful development, Prime Minister Viktor Orban, on his first official foreign visit following his re-election, said at joint press conference with Matusz Morawiecki, his Polish counterpart. Continue reading “Orban: Poland and Hungary want a strong Europe”
Three deputy prime ministers will be appointed to the new government, Viktor Orban, the prime minister, said in an interview to public radio on Friday. The prime minister also discussed the EU budget, the “Stop Soros” legislative package and the anti-migration constitutional amendment.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday he was ready to discuss the new funding mechanism outlined in the European Commission’s recent budget proposal for 2021-2027. Continue reading “Orban ready to discuss proposed EU funding mechanism”