Under the prime minister of Hungary’s leadership, the Visegrad Group has notched up a big success with the resolution adopted at the European Union summit which deals with the problems of migration in a meaningful framework, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, said in an interview broadcast on Sunday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Big success for V4”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban will represent Hungary at a Visegrad Group-France summit to be held in Brussels on Thursday, and the prime ministers of the V4 are scheduled to hold separate meetings with French counterpart Emmanuel Macron ahead the European Council meeting, the deputy state secretary heading the prime minister’s press office said. Continue reading “V4-France summit in Brussels”
Interior ministers of the four Visegrad countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia – and their Austrian counterpart met for talks in Budapest on Tuesday. Continue reading “Visegrad interior ministers meet in Budapest”
A summit will be held on Thursday in Budapest with the prime ministers of the Visegrad Group (V4) and the Chancellor of Austria attending, the PM’s press chief said in a statement.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban described his talks with Slovak counterpart Peter Pellegrini on Tuesday as a “meeting of two successful countries in a successful region”. Continue reading “Orban: We stand on the verge of a true central European renaissance”
Hungary has a vested interest in a strong and successful Europe, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said at the Future of Europe event in Budapest. Continue reading “The Future of Europe conference focuses on migration, identity”
The West should follow the policies of the Visegrad Four, American conservative writer and editor Rod Dreher told Hungarian news site Mandiner. Dreher praised Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, but spoke critically about Donald Trump, Pope Francis and the “liberal mainstream”. Continue reading ““Liberalism is dying””