“Never before has the European Union been under such migration pressure as it is now; it has never been under pressure from three directions simultaneously, and this represents a huge challenge for the whole of the EU”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at the summit of the heads of government of the Visegrád Group (V4) countries in Budapest on Tuesday. In a joint press statement … Continue reading Full solidarity to Poland
“By its decision on Tuesday, the European Commission launched a brutal attack on Poland, interfering in the judicial and legislative process of a sovereign Member State in an unprecedented way. The procedure is not only outrageous but also completely unacceptable,” Hungary’s Justice Minister Judit Varga stressed in her Facebook post on Wednesday evening. According to Varga, “Warsaw has indicated to the Commission in good faith … Continue reading Hungary supports Poland
The Polish-Hungarian cooperation at the recent EU summit was highly effective, according to Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. In an interview with Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap, he spoke about his government’s commitment towards conservative values too. Continue reading “Morawiecki: We fight side by side with Hungary”
The outcome of the recent European Union summit on the bloc’s 2021-2027 budget and its pandemic recovery package in Brussels can be interpreted as the Hungarian and Polish forces having “repelled the international attack of the liberal brigades”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: Govt secured EUR 3 bn in additional funding at Brussels summit”
Laszlo Kover, speaker of the Hungarian parliament, received the Grand Cross of the Order of the Republic of Poland, the highest Polish state award non-Polish citizens could be given, in Warsaw on Wednesday. Continue reading “House speaker receives Polish state award”
Andras Veres, head of the Hungarian Catholic Bishops’ Conference (MKPK), has expressed his solidarity and support for the Polish Catholic Bishops’ Conference after Archbishop of Krakow Marek Jedraszewski came under fire for a speech criticising “LGBTQ ideologies”.
After years of disputes, Hungary’s and Poland’s government suddenly decided to switch to pragmatic relations with the European Commision, Thomas Gutschker writes in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Continue reading ““Hungary and Poland suddenly find Brussels good””
Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen inaugurated a bronze statue of St. Pope John Paul II in Piliscsaba, near Budapest, on Saturday.
Europe’s peoples should “see and understand that Europe will have no free life without its Christian culture”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said during a state celebration of the anniversary of Hungary’s 1848 revolution in front of Budapest’s National Museum on Friday. Continue reading “Orban speaks against the “EU empire””
Ahead of Hungary’s March 15 national holiday commemorating the Hungarian 1848 revolution, the Hungarian and Polish prime ministers celebrated the friendship of the two nations in a joint video message posted on Viktor Orban’s Facebook page. Continue reading “Orban and Morawiecki celebrate Hungary-Poland friendship”