Any politician “deviating from the Liberal mainstream” could become the target of attacks by “globally operating liberal fake news factories”, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told public Kossuth Radio on Sunday. Continue reading “Szijjarto slams global liberal fake news producers”
The protection of national borders is a rightful interest of countries and migration must be regulated, Andrew Veprek, deputy assistant secretary at the bureau of population, refugees and migration in the US Department of State said at a migration conference in Budapest on Sunday. Continue reading ““Protection of national borders rightful interest””
Prime Minister Viktor Orban held talks with members of the US Congress in Budapest on Tuesday. Continue reading “Orban meets US Congress delegation”
Protecting Hungary’s sovereignty was an important policy objective at bilateral talks with the United States on renewing the two countries’ defence cooperation, the foreign minister told parliament’s defence and law enforcement committee on Thursday.
“Go Trump!” – Szilard Nemeth, State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence wrote on his Facebook page on Friday, after US President Donald Trump decided to declare state of emergency. Continue reading “State secretary supports Trump’s state of emergency declaration”
Hungary’s goal is for the world’s major powers to have an interest in its economic success, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview to business weekly Figyelo. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary wants major powers to have interest in economic success”
One day after the joint press conference of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto in Budapest, China on refuted US pressure on some countries for using Chinese equipment concerning areas such as telecommunications, Xinhua reports. Continue reading “China refutes US pressure, applauds Szijjarto”