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.
The Hungarian government will not receive the Dutch parliamentary delegation visiting Budapest to investigate the state of the rule of law in the country, a foreign ministry official told public media on Tuesday. Continue reading “Govt won’t receive Dutch parlt delegation”
We are invaded in our own countries; cultural relativism is poison; Viktor #Orban is an example for European people that #migration can be stopped – @geertwilderspvv says. #Hungary
According to Geert Wilders, the chairman of the Dutch Party of Freedom (PVV), the recent cultural, ideological and security developments in Europe are “catastrophic”. Continue reading “Wilders: We’re invaded in our own countries”
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz has accused the Dutch Christian-Democrat CDA party of lying about the Hungarian government’s constitutional amendment proposal and announced that it was suspending all ties with the party until it apologised. Continue reading “Fidesz accuses Dutch ally of lying”
Hungary’s ambassador to the Netherlands protested after a radio host asked his guest whether she would spit Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban in the face. Continue reading “Sargentini told to “spit on Orban””
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has congratulated his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban on his recent election win in a letter, MTI learnt from Orban’s press office on Thursday.
It was Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who invited Geert Wilders for lunch during his visit to Hungary – at least according to an op-ed by the PVV chairman in Voolkskrant. The article was spotted by Hungarian news site Zoom. Continue reading “Orban invited Wilders for lunch”
He thinks Hungary’s prime minister is the man of the year, though they don’t agree on everything. The Dutch Party of Freedom’s (PVV) chairman, Geert Wilders told Hungarian weekly Hetek that one has to stand up to protect the European societies and their Judeo-Christian fundamentals, despite the Islamic threats. Continue reading “Wilders: I’m neither the Dutch Orban, nor the Dutch Trump”
The Dutch Party for Freedom’s (PVV) chairman, Geert Wilders spends the weekend in Hungary, to present the Hungarian edition of his book, Marked for Death (Halállistán) in Budapest, Nyiregyhaza, Gyor and Sopron. In Budapest, he gave several interviews. Continue reading “Wilders: There are no Orbans in Western Europe”