Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen inaugurated a bronze statue of St. Pope John Paul II in Piliscsaba, near Budapest, on Saturday.
Several independent sources confirmed that Hungary accepted approximately 300 refugees from Venezuela after the country’s descent into political and economic turmoil, Index.hu wrote on Thursday. Goverment officials insist that the program is not secret. Continue reading “Press uncovers “secret” refugees from Venezuela”
Hungary’s ambassador to Stockholm, Adrien Muller was summoned to the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, after Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen called Sweden’s Minister of Social Affairs Annika Strandhall a “poor, sick creature”. Continue reading “Swedish MFA summons Hungary’s ambassador after deputy PM’s remark”
Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen on Monday attended the inauguration ceremony of Jozsef Csaba Pal, the new Roman Catholic bishop of Timisoara (Temesvar), in Romania. Continue reading “Semjen attends inauguration of Timisoara bishop”
Zsolt Semjen, Hungary’s deputy prime minister, called the annual pilgrimage to Csiksomlyo (Sumuleu Ciuc) in Transylvania, Romania “a spiritual powerhouse” on Saturday. Continue reading “Semjen: Europe must preserve its identity”
Parliament’s relevant committees interviewed candidates for ministers in Hungary’s new government on Monday. Continue reading “New ministers pledge to protect national interests”
The Hungarian government fully backs the project to upgrade the Budapest-Belgrade rail line, Zsolt Semjen, the deputy prime minister, said at a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Liu Yandong. Continue reading “Deputy PM supports cooperation with China”
The situation with migration is that if we mess it up, we will never be able to make it right, not only our lives will be ruined, but the lives of our children and grandchildren as well, Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen said in Echo TV‘s Bayer Show on Sunday. Continue reading “Semjen: Brusselites jeopardise European citizens”