Prime Minister Viktor Orban has congratulated Volodymyr Zelensky on his election as Ukraine’s new president, in a letter, Orban’s press chief said on Tuesday. Continue reading “Orban congratulates Zelensky”
The foreign ministry on Monday summoned the Ukrainian ambassador to Hungary concerning Ukraine’s decision to ban a Romanian-Hungarian leader from entering the country. Continue reading “MFA summons Ukraine ambassador”
The Hungarian government is in “continuous communication” with Ukraine’s ethnic Hungarian KMKSZ party over recent developments in Ukraine, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Hungary govt monitoring Ukraine situation”
Hungary should be among the five best and most competitive countries of the European Union by 2030, a country in which “it is best to live and work”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told a plenary session of the Hungarian Diaspora Council in Budapest on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary to be among top 5 EU countries by 2030”
A group of 19 central European MEPs have sent an open letter to Andriy Parubiy, the chairman of Ukraine’s parliament, expressing concern over the country’s language bill on Friday. Continue reading “MEPs protest Ukrainian language law”
Hungary proposes to Ukraine signing an accord on the protection of national minorities, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto proposes agreement with Ukraine”
“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.