Cooperation with Macedonia is important for Hungary in terms of the issue of migration, the enlargement of the European Union and NATO as well as from an economic standpoint, the foreign minister said on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto supports Macedonia’s integration”
Prime ministers of the Visegrad Four countries have agreed to contribute 35 million euros to finance a border control programme in Libya, according to a joint declaration released by the Hungarian prime minister’s office on Thursday. Continue reading “V4 countries to contribute to Libya border control”
Hungary would only begin extending the fence on its border with Serbia or build a new one along another section of its border if the flow of illegal migrants were to shift to the Romanian or the Ukrainian border sections, the prime minister’s internal security advisor said on Thursday. Continue reading “No need for new border fence”
Systematic border control of travellers entering or leaving Hungary via the Schengen borders is to be resumed after the government withdrew its decision to temporarily suspend it for the summer season.
Hungary and Bulgaria share views on unresolved issues faced by the European Union and also share response they would give to tackle them, Hungary’s foreign minister said in Sofia after meeting the Bulgarian prime minister and members of his cabinet on Friday. Continue reading “Szijjarto and Borissov pledged to protect Europe”
Ahmed H, the Syrian man convicted on terrorism charges in connection with a mass disturbances at the Roszke border crossing in the autumn of 2015, pleaded not guilty at the hearing on Monday. Continue reading “Retrial in Roszke terror case begins”
The old differences among European Union member states have become irrelevant; the main source of division now is whether member states wish to be “immigrant countries” or “non-immigrant countries”, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview published in Germany’s Passauer Neue Presse on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban: We decided not to have a mixed population”