Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced in a radio interview on Friday the launch of a new public survey carried out by the government dubbed “National Consultation”. Continue reading “Orban announces new national consultation”
The threat of the coronavirus has not gone away, preparedness must be maintained, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday on Kossuth Radio’s programme ‘Good morning, Hungary’. Continue reading “Orban: Danger has not passed, preparedness must be maintained”
The conditions for getting the country up and running again are there but protection measures must not be stopped, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a radio interview on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: Right conditions for restarting life”
The “first battle” against the novel coronavirus has been won in Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview on Friday. Orban told public broadcaster Kossuth Radio that the virus had been contained. Continue reading “Orban: First battle against the virus won”
Hungary should be prepared for further waves of migrants and “regular, massive attacks” on its border fence in the south, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday, commenting on reports that Turkey has decided not to prevent any more Syrian refugees from travelling on to Europe.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban in a radio interview accused the “Soros Network” of organising migration across the Balkans. Continue reading “Orban: Soros is the world’s Nr1 oligarch”
Israeli political commentator and adviser Yair Netanyahu spoke to the Hungarian press after his lecture at the House of Terror Museum on Tuesday. The Israeli Prime Minister’s son was speaking at an event upon the invitation of the 21st Century Institute. Continue reading “Yair Netanyahu slams Soros NGOs at Budapest lecture”
Prime Minister’s Office chief Gergely Gulyas, at a regular press briefing on Thursday, underlined the importance of electing new European Union leaders as quickly as possible, adding that getting the right people into the top jobs was more important than rushing appointments.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in an interview to Germany’s Bild on Friday, said he would strive for the success of the European People’s Party. “I want the EPP to win the European Parliament election, but afterwards there will be a debate on the direction it takes,” he told the paper. Continue reading “Orban: I want the EPP to win”
Jean-Claude Juncker has been a very unsuccessful president of the European Commission, “he has failed,” Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said on CNN’s Quest Means Business programme. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Juncker has failed”