European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s “lecturing” others about Christian Democracy “is a bad joke”, the Hungarian foreign minister said on Sunday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Juncker ‘no longer’ Christian Democrat”
Mass migration is dangerous not only regarding terrorism, public security, culture and social security, but also the whole healthcare system, State Secretary Bence Retvari told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap. Continue reading “Retvari: Immigration is dangerous, integration failed”
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto on Friday rejected remarks by his Swedish counterpart Margot Wallstrom criticising Hungary for being “problematic” when it comes to European unity. Continue reading “Szijjarto rejects Swedish foreign minister’s criticism of Hungary”
Hungary was a loser in the 20th century but it is determined to be a winner in the 21st, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a Christmas interview published in daily Magyar Idokon Monday.
Europe will be stable and successful only if it remains European, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview with Austrian news portal oe24.at published on Sunday. Continue reading “Orban: Europe successful only if it remains European”
French philosopher Alain de Benoist, who attended the “A new world order was born” international conference in Budapest, talked about European politics, the yellow vests to Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap. Former Czech President Vaclav Klaus, who received the Petofi Prize in the House of Terror Museum on Monday, also stressed the importance of national sovereignty in an interview. Continue reading “Benoist, Klaus speak about national sovereignty in Budapest”
The status quo is going to change after the European elections in May 2019, MEP of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ), Georg Mayer told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap. The Austrian politician rejected both the Sargentini report and the proposal about the humanitarian visa. Continue reading ““Witch trial in the European Parliament””