The Hungarian government will not receive the Dutch parliamentary delegation visiting Budapest to investigate the state of the rule of law in the country, a foreign ministry official told public media on Tuesday. Continue reading “Govt won’t receive Dutch parlt delegation”
Hungary’s foreign minister will not be intimidated when it comes to the dispute with Ukraine over dual citizenship, a ministry official said on Sunday. Continue reading “Menczer: Ukraine’s attack on Hungarians is unacceptable”
The “pro-migration government” of Sweden has expressed “baseless criticism” over Hungary’s migration policy, foreign ministry state secretary for communication Tamas Menczer said on Friday. Continue reading “Menczer: Sweden’s criticism baseless”
Ukraine has failed to get ahead in respect of its European Union and NATO aspirations, not because of Hungary, but due to its own mistakes, a foreign ministry official said on Thursday.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has completed “a record-breaking diplomatic schedule” in the past month and met some of the most important world leaders, the state secretary for communications said on Wednesday. Continue reading ““The government will not accept political blackmail””
The UN migration package in its current form looks like an “African migration package” and fails to represent Europe’s interests, a foreign ministry official said on Friday.
Hungary’s position concerning Ukraine has not changed, the foreign ministry’s spokesman said on Tuesday, ahead of a two-day NATO summit beginning in Brussels on Wednesday. Continue reading “Hungary position on Ukraine unchanged”