Hungary’s general foreign policy aim is to nurture good ties with the world’s leading powers, and the results of this year show that it has managed to fulfil this goal, head of the Prime Minister’s Office, Gergely Gulyas, told a news conference on Friday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Hungary strives for good relations with world powers”
The past 30 years provided the Hungarian nation with an opportunity to rebuild its alliances on a basis of mutual respect and shared values and “to ensure a place for central Europe on the maps of Europe and of the world”, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office said in Cluj (Kolozsvar) late on Tuesday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Hungary given opportunity to rebuild alliances”
Prime Minister’s Office chief Gergely Gulyas, at a regular press briefing on Wednesday, said the reason behind the European Commission’s recent decision to sue Hungary over the “Stop Soros” package of laws was that the outgoing body was “aiming to cement its policies in its remaining months”. Continue reading “Gulyas: Outgoing EC aiming to cement policies”
Parties with a strong, right wing, Christian Democratic conservative agenda that had been most sharply “attacked” had cleared the ballot with the best results, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office said at the summer university in Baile Tusnad (Tusnadfurdo), central Romania, on Friday.
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Ursula von der Leyen would not have been nominated for the post of European Commission president without support from the Hungarian government and the Visegrad countries and she “could not have been elected without the votes of (Hungary’s ruling) Fidesz MEPs,” the head of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Thursday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Fidesz votes were crucial for Von der Leyen’s election”
The new leaders of the European Union’s institutions should be “granted trust in advance”, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office said at his weekly press briefing on Wednesday. Continue reading “Gulyas voices support for new EU leaders”
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.