It is only by guaranteeing the rights of ethnic minorities and by fostering strong national identities that a strong Europe can be built in the 21st century, Zoltan Balog, the minister of human resources, said in Berlin on Monday. Continue reading “Balog: Strong ethnic identity for strong Europe”
Europe “needs to go back to the drawing board” because it has failed to achieve its goals, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at a panel discussion with his Visegrad Group counterparts in Budapest on Friday.
Germany has always welcomed migrants while Hungary didn’t, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told the German Bild in an interview published on Monday. Hungary is doing its share by protecting the EU’s Schengen border, he said. Continue reading “Orban calls migrants Muslim invasion forces”
The year ahead will be a critical one in terms of security, Gyorgy Bakondi, the PM’s chief security advisor told a press conference on Friday. Continue reading “2018 critical year in terms of security – Bakondi”
In 2018 Europeans will prize security above all else and the Hungarian government prizes the security of the Hungarian people similarly, a government official said on Thursday. Continue reading ““Security of citizens top priority in 2018””
The government knows exactly what US financier George Soros wants, and rejects his efforts to bring illegal migrants to Europe. For this reason, the government “is standing in his way”, the foreign minister told daily Magyar Hírlap in an interview published on Thursday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: We know exactly, what Soros wants”
Protecting the right of minorities to use their mother tongue helps to promote diversity and culture in Europe, a foreign ministry state secretary told a conference on Tuesday. Continue reading “Protecting minorities enriches Europe – state secretary”