“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.
Donald Tusk, the European Council’s president wanted to greet his country’s famous freedom fighter, Lech Walesa with a birthday card signed by all members of the council. Only two leaders didn’t sign it, according to 444.hu‘s article. Continue reading “Orban and Morawiecki didn’t sign Walesa’s birthday card”
The European Parliamentary elections next spring will decide about the continent’s future, Hungarian House Speaker Laszlo Kover told public news channel M1 on Wednesday evening. Continue reading “Kover: EP elections decide about Europe’s future”
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has called for “a strong European Union and a European community whose strength is founded on strong member states.” Continue reading “Szijjarto calls for strong EU member states”
“As a Hungarian MEP I’m very glad to we are discussing our common future together with the prime minister of Poland. When Europe’s future is the question, we have to clearly see that we can’t speak about a strong EU without a strong Poland,” Hungarian MEP Gyorgy Holvenyi said in connection with the EP plenary debate with Mateusz Morawiecki. According to the Christian Democrat (KDNP) … Continue reading Holvenyi: Stop lecturing Poland!
Hungary and Poland share exactly the same standpoint on migration, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Thursday after talks with Poland’s minister for humanitarian aid, Beata Kempa. Both consider it a security issue and reject mandatory settlement quotas, he said. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Hungary and Poland share same standpoint on migration”
Poland and Hungary want a strong Europe that is able to protect its borders and the security of its citizens, Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign minister, said on Thursday after talks in Warsaw with Jacek Czaputowicz, his Polish counterpart. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Poland and Hungary want a strong Europe”