Hungarian daily Nepszava has learnt from Fidesz and governmental sources that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has invited Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to Berlin. Continue reading “Merkel invited Orban to Berlin – press”
Hungary’s governing Fidesz and Germany’s ruling CDU party have agreed to consult regularly on the future of Europe, Gergely Gulyas, head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said late on Thursday wrapping up a two-day visit to Berlin. Continue reading “Fidesz to regularly consult with the CDU”
German right-wing author and philosopher Götz Kubitschek told Hungarian news site Mandiner that the German industrial elite is connected to the political elite and they’re have nothing to do with the people. “We’re not talking about a necessary national big capital, because this industrial elite is connected to the global neo-liberal elite”, he added. Continue reading “Kubitschek: German elite detached from people”
Hungary and Germany have a lot of points in common in how they assess the migration crisis, but Hungary rejects mandatory quotas and insists that security is paramount, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, said in an interview to German public television Phoenix.
The fight against illegal migration needs to be completed with criminal measures, while the Hungarian constitution requires an amendment stipulating that foreign nationals cannot be settled in the country, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said on Tuesday.
“Viktor Orban has been elected democratically, this reflects well the opinion of the Hungarian people, and now we have to shape Europe’s future together”, Joachim Klose, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s head in Saxony told Hungarian news site Mandiner. Continue reading ““Eastern Germans understand Orban better””
According to Gergely Gulyas, the Minister Heading the PM’s Office, “deviance is flourishing in the European Parliament. They are getting involved in issues which are national competences, and their resolutions have no legal basis”. Continue reading “Gulyas: Deviance flourishing in the EP”