In the event of an upsurge of migration pressure from Turkey to Europe, the Visegrad Group countries are ready to renew their help to protect Hungary’s southern border, the PM’s media chief said after a V4 meeting ahead of the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban: V4 partners ready to renew help to protect Hungarian border”
Mayor-elect of Budapest Gergely Karacsony proposed on Thursday to grant the title of honorary citizen to predecessors Gabor Demszky and Istvan Tarlos next year when the city will celebrate the 30th anniversary of free local government. Continue reading “Karacsony assumes his post”
Budapest’s new leadership is ready to develop a partnership with the government, mayor-elect Gergely Karacsony said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Budapest’s new mayor seeks partnership with govt”
Zsolt Borkai, head of the Fidesz party’s organisation in Gyor, who was narrowly reelected on Sunday as the western Hungarian city’s mayor, has announced that he is quitting the ruling party. Continue reading “Gyor Mayor Borkai quits Fidesz after scandal”
It is in Hungary’s national interest that Turkey resolve the migration issue in the direction of Syria rather than in the direction of Europe, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Baku on Tuesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto supports Turkey’s strategy”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban discussed bilateral and international affairs with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Baku on Monday, the PM’s press chief said.
Gergely Karacsony, the united opposition’s candidate won the seat of Budapest’s mayor at the local elections on Sunday. Opposition mayoral candidates won in most districts of Budapest, but Fidesz won in the majority of the cities with county rights and all the county councils. Continue reading “Opposition wins Budapest”