The European Union will not be successful on the global stage unless it makes a U-turn on its migration policy, Hungary’s foreign minister said in Luxembourg on Monday, arguing that stopping the inflow of migrants was crucial to ensuring Europe’s security and competitiveness.
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz will initiate scrapping the scheme of anonymous debit cards issued to migrants, in the new European Parliament, the party’s communications chief said on Monday.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday met Jaak Madison and Siim Pohlak, politicians of the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia (EKRE), in Budapest, the prime minister’s press chief told MTI. Continue reading “Orban meets Estonian conservative politicians”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in an interview to public radio on Friday, said that it was a secondary consideration which European grouping Fidesz belonged to in the future. Continue reading “Orban: Only Hungarians can say what’s good for Hungary”
Hungary’s government wants to see the European Union’s strategic agenda for the next five years address national competencies concerning the issue of migration, respect for sovereignty and the protection of Christian culture, the state secretary for international communications and relations said on Thursday. Continue reading “Next EU agenda must address migration, sovereignty and Christianity”
The prime ministers of the Visegrad Group agreed at an informal meeting in Budapest to present a united front on matters of European Union leadership positions and policy at next week’s EU summit, the Hungarian PM’s press chief said on Thursday. Continue reading “V4 premiers agree to present united front at EU summit”
The government’s proposals for the transformation of the network of research institutions including its separation from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) poses a threat to academic and scientific freedom, MTA chairman Laszlo Lovasz said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Academy chairman slams got proposals”