Prime Minister Viktor Orban is scheduled to meet Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s new federal chancellor, on January 30, Orban’s press chief told MTI on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban goes Vienna”
The Austrian Freedom Party’s secretary general and EP delegation leader denounced the international appeal to boycott Sebastian Kurz’s government. Continue reading “FPÖ MEP denounces boycott call”
The victory of right-wing parties in Austria is good news for Hungary because in cooperation with “Austrian politicians who are not tied up by hypocrisy” there will be an opportunity to give real responses to the historical challenges facing Europe, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Tuesday.
Some German politicians are concerned about the new Austrian government of Sebastian Kurz to become too closely allied with Viktor Orban’s Hungary. Continue reading ““Austria-Hungary is back!””
Prime Minister Viktor Orban sent a letter of congratulations to Sebastian Kurz who was sworn into his office as Austria’s new federal chancellor on Monday, Orban’s press chief said. Continue reading “Orban congratulates Austria’s new chancellor”
Austria’s next chancellor Sebastian Kurz is following the footsteps of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and might turn into a very authoritarian leader, according to an Austrian liberal politician. Continue reading “Will Kurz turn into Orban?”
The European Union is facing reality, that nation states give no way to Brussels’ imperialism, British commentator and historian David Pryce-Jones told Hungarian news site Mandiner. According to Pryce-Jones it’s a pity that the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy was dissolved, and he also said that Hungarians have a strong identity and what Viktor Orban represents is perfectly normal. Continue reading “British historian: Orban is right to do what he does”