Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party was “an inch away” from leaving the European People’s Party (EPP) on Thursday, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a radio interview. Continue reading “Orban: ‘We were an inch away from quitting EPP’”
Austria is a “natural partner” of Hungary and the Visegrad Group, and they can cooperate in many areas, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at a news conference in Prague after a summit of the leaders of the V4 countries and Austria on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban: Austria natural partner of V4”
The government’s aim is for the Hungarian economy’s level of development to reach 85 percent of the average development level of the European Union by 2030, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told an international press conference on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban holds an international press conference”
The price of climate protection must be paid by those destroying the climate, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview published by daily Magyar Nemzeton Tuesday.
Hungary stands ready to build, together with its neighbours, including Romania, a new central Europe, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in Timisoara (Temesvar), in western Romania, on Saturday, marking the 30th anniversary of the Romanian revolution that started in the city. Continue reading “Orban: Hungary ready to build new central Europe”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in a video posted on his Facebook page on Friday, declared his talks at the European Union summit in Brussels a success, saying that there was now a chance to ensure that poorer EU countries and citizens would not be made to bear the costs of fighting climate change.