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”
NATO is being increasingly appreciated in light of Europe’s “fragile security”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told a celebration marking the anniversaries of the Visegrad Four countries’ joining that organisation, in Wesola, near Warsaw, on Sunday. Continue reading “Orban: The role of NATO will be enhanced”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki will be the speakers at official celebrations of Hungary’s national holiday on March 15, government spokesman Istvan Hollik said on the government’s website on Saturday. Continue reading “Orban meets Morawiecki two times in a week”
The EP elections next May will hopefully be a victory for the Europe of nation states and not the federalist concept of the European Union, Hungarian House Speaker Laszlo Kover said in an interview to Polish public television in Krasiczyn, southeast Poland, late Saturday. Continue reading “Kover hopes EU of nation states will prevail in EP election”
The Polish are traditionally free people who have their own set of values and the Catholic church has always supported them, Polish President Andrzej Duda told Hungary’s public Kossuth Radio. Continue reading “Duda: We are tough people”
“There are no human rights linked to the illegal crossing of borders or the arbitrary choosing of target countries, and accordingly whenever the European Union takes action with relation to migration, it must always set out from the foundations of international law, which makes it clear that migration is not a human right”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto declared at his press conference in Luxembourg.