“Both ethnic majorities and minorities” are facing the same threat, the possibility of “global government”, House Speaker Laszlo Kover told a conference on Monday. Continue reading “Kover warns of “global government””
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday congratulated Vladimir Putin on his re-election as Russia’s president. Continue reading “Orban congratulates Putin”
Hungary will “gladly re-adopt its pro-Ukraine position if Kiev ensures legal guarantees that Ukraine will make substantive changes to its education law and postpone its enactment until 2023,” Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign minister, told reporters on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto repeatedly warns Ukraine”
I won’t let myself used in the Hungarian election campaign, Ingeborg Grässle, the head of the European Parliament’s budgetary control committee (CONT) told Hungarian news site Azonnali. Continue reading “Grässle: EU funds should serve the country, not a party”
The Hungarian government will on Monday officially ask The Jerusalem Post for a copy of audio recordings “justifying efforts by a Soros NGO lobbying the German government to put pressure on Hungary”, the foreign minister said on Sunday, making reference to the newspaper’s recent article. Continue reading “Govt fights Soros lobby”
Gabor Vona, leader and prime ministerial candidate of strongest opposition party Jobbik, has outlined the government structure the party would introduce if elected into power in the April 8 general election. Continue reading “Jobbik would give back the reputation of expert governance”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is seen reading The Strange Death of Europe by Douglas Murray on Facebook.