Hungary and Germany have a lot of points in common in how they assess the migration crisis, but Hungary rejects mandatory quotas and insists that security is paramount, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, said in an interview to German public television Phoenix.
It is false to claim that Hungary’s policy towards Ukraine has been dictated by Moscow, the foreign minister said on the sidelines of a NATO foreign ministerial session in Brussels on Friday. Continue reading “Szijjarto rejects Ukraine’s ‘smear campaign’”
Comparing Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to Russia’s president is not a new thing in the international media. After the parliamentary elections on April 8, several articles were discussing Hungary’s political system. Continue reading “Orban – Hungary’s Putin?”
Russia on Wednesday expelled a Hungarian diplomat in response to Hungary siding with the UK in the so-called Skripal case and making a similar move a few days ago. Continue reading “Russia expels a Hungarian diplomat”
In addition to their efforts to influence decisions in Hungary, members of the “Soros network” also regularly try to interfere in the European Union’s compilation of reports and formation of official positions on Hungary and Poland, the government office chief said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Lazar: ‘Soros network’ attempts to influence EU reports on Hungary”
Hungary has expelled a Russian diplomat in response to Russia’s alleged nerve-agent attack against a former Russian spy living in Britain, deputy state secretary Tamas Menczer said on Monday. Continue reading “Hungary expels Russian diplomat”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday congratulated Vladimir Putin on his re-election as Russia’s president. Continue reading “Orban congratulates Putin”