Orban reacts to the terrorist attack in Nice

On behalf of the Hungarian people, Prime Minister Viktor Orban offered his condolences to the French nation in connection with the Thursday Muslim terrorist attack. The prime minister wished the families of victims much strength in a message he sent to President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron, Bertalan Havasi, the head of the Press Office of the Prime Minister informed the Hungarian news agency MTI. … Continue reading Orban reacts to the terrorist attack in Nice

Benoist, Klaus speak about national sovereignty in Budapest

French philosopher Alain de Benoist, who attended the “A new world order was born” international conference in Budapest, talked about European politics, the yellow vests to Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap. Former Czech President Vaclav Klaus, who received the Petofi Prize in the House of Terror Museum on Monday, also stressed the importance of national sovereignty in an interview. Continue reading “Benoist, Klaus speak about national sovereignty in Budapest”

Szijjarto snubs French minister for alleging Hungarians left out of debate on migration

Hungary is the only state in Europe to have asked the people’s opinion on illegal migration, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Sunday, responding to a claim by France’s minister for European affairs that Hungary is leaving its citizens out of the debate on the issue. Continue reading “Szijjarto snubs French minister for alleging Hungarians left out of debate on migration”