The UN human rights commissioner has declared war against the Hungarian government for seeking to ensure the security of the Hungarian people in the face of illegal migration, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, said on Monday.
Hungary calls on the Council of Europe to take the issue of protecting European minorities seriously, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Strasbourg on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto urges Brussels to protect European minorites”
Hungarian daily Nepszava has learnt from Fidesz and governmental sources that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has invited Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to Berlin. Continue reading “Merkel invited Orban to Berlin – press”
If decisions as to “which migrants entering Europe should be given refugee status” were made in Brussels “it would even pose a greater danger than migrant quotas”, Antal Rogan, head of the prime minister’s cabinet office, told public Kossuth Radio on Sunday morning.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban indicated in his latest speech that his Fidesz party doesn’t want to leave the European People’s Party (EPP). Despite speculations, press information suggests that the party family is not excluding Hungary’s ruling party either.
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”.
President of the United States Donald Trump has called Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on the telephone to speak about the new US ambassador to Hungary who is taking his post in Budapest next week, the PM’s press chief told MTI on Saturday. Continue reading “Trump called Orban”