Europe is locked in a “civilisational struggle” between those seeking to preserve the continent’s Christian and national principles and those who would rather see it become “post-Christian and post-national”, Hungary’s parliamentary speaker said in Dresden on Friday. Continue reading “Kover: Europe in civilisational struggle”
Politicians heading the European Parliament party lists of the opposition Socialists-Parbeszed, LMP, DK and Momentum parties argued at a conference on Thursday for a stronger and more transparent European Union and joint action on migration. Continue reading “Opposition pledges to fight for stronger Europe”
Hungarians should “send a strong message to Brussels” through the upcoming European parliamentary election that “we want change, we want a Europe which protects its borders at sea and on land”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public Kossuth Radio on Friday morning. Continue reading “Orban: Hungarians seek change in Europe”
The foreign ministry on Thursday summoned Rene van Hell, the Dutch Ambassador to Hungary, to reject the “unacceptable allegations” of Prime Minister Mark Rutte regarding the Hungarian government.
Foreign ministry state secretary Levente Magyar has summoned the Swedish ambassador to Hungary over recent critical remarks by the Swedish prime minister about Hungary, the ministry said in a statement on Friday. Continue reading “MFA: Sweden’s PM is lying”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Facebook on Thursday that voters should tick the boxes of anti-migration leaders on European Parliament ballot papers so that the bloc can protect itself “and the future of our children”. Continue reading “Orban urges Europeans to vote for anti-migration leaders”
Migration is a top priority for all European countries in the European parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvar), in north-western Romania, on Wednesday. Orban said a big issue concerning the future is whether divergent opinions on migration can be narrowed and European unity restored. Continue reading “Orban: Migration top priority in EP elections”