During a visit to Tirana on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto voiced regret that a recent meeting of his European counterparts had postponed the start of EU accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia. Continue reading “Hungary supports EU enlargement”
The government does not support either Manfred Weber or Frans Timmermans, the lead candidates of the European People’s Party (EPP) and the European Socialists, to fill top EU positions because these two politicians do not meet the expectations of the Hungarian people, the foreign minister told public Kossuth radio on Sunday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Weber, Timmermans not up to Hungarians’ expectations”
The European Union will not be successful on the global stage unless it makes a U-turn on its migration policy, Hungary’s foreign minister said in Luxembourg on Monday, arguing that stopping the inflow of migrants was crucial to ensuring Europe’s security and competitiveness.
The Hungarian government expects Romania’s authorities to restore the Valea Uzului (Uzvolgy) military cemetery “to its original state”, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in parliament on Tuesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Hungary expects Romania to restore WWI cemetery”
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto and Teodor Melescanu, his Romanian counterpart, had further talks concerning the Valea Uzului (Uzvolgye) military cemetery, by phone on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto urges Romania to respect its obligations”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban met Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s State Counsellor, in Budapest on Wednesday, and they discussed illegal migration and bilateral ties in the areas of the economy, education and culture. Continue reading “Aung San Suu Kyi visits Budapest”
Hungary’s policy of protecting Christian communities and insistence on preserving Christian values provides a stable basis for its relations with the United States, the foreign minister said after talks in Washington on Friday. Continue reading “Szijjarto discusses protection of Christians in DC”