Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in his regular Friday interview to public broadcaster Kossuth Radio, said the European Commission’s days are numbered, noting that its mandate is set to expire next May. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary one of the world’s most stable countries”
The Hungarian MFA’s confidential evaluation of Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s visit to Germany is ready, revealing some topics from Orban’s and Angela Merkel’s meetings that haven’t been discussed in public, according to Hungarian daily Nepszava‘s sources. Continue reading “Orban dictated to Merkel – press”
Sympathy is rather one-sided between Germans and Hungarians, a recent poll shows. Continue reading “Hungarians like Germans, but it’s not mutual – poll”
Hungary is taking a big burden off Germany’s shoulders by preventing anyone who enters Hungary from sidestepping the law, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told a press conference held jointly with German Chancellor Angela Merkel after talks in Berlin on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban and Merkel clash”
Hungary is unable and unwilling to take back any migrants, but is ready to help with moving illegal migrants back to Greece, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at his talks with German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, leader of the Bavarian Christian Social Union, in Berlin, Orban’s press chief said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary doesn’t want to take back migrants”
Hungary will only conclude a bilateral agreement with Germany concerning migration if such an agreement is reached between Germany and Austria, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at his talks with the Austrian chancellor, Orban’s press chief said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Orban discusses migration with Kurz”
Hungary’s prime minister has dismissed a report that Hungary was part of a group of 14 countries which were ready to sign a deal with Germany on speeding up the re-admittance process of asylum seekers deported from Germany.