Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, starting an official visit to Washington, DC, has heralded a new phase in Hungary-US ties. Continue reading “Szijjarto in Washington: New phase for US-Hungary ties”
“We are saying what the Western European public thinks”, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said in Echo TV‘s Bayer show on Sunday evening, explaining why Western European political elites are “bothered” by the “politically incorrect” speech of Hungarian politicians. Continue reading “Central Europe sticks to its Christian identity – Szijjarto”
Hungary has always wanted a relationship with Romania based on mutual respect, for the sake of the Hungarian community which lives there, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto told Hungarian public news channel M1 on Monday morning. The parliament’s foreign affairs committee discusses Mihai Tudose’s remark tomorrow. Continue reading ““Completely unacceptable” – Szijjarto to Tudose”
It caused an uproar in Hungarian internal politics, that despite its several months-long government communication, Hungary accepted 1300 refugees. Kristof Altusz, the Deputy State Secretary for European and American Relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade spoke about it a few days ago. Jobbik would call an extraordinary session of the parliament because according to the party Fidesz deceived the country and its voters too. Continue reading “Orban govt’s decision to welcome migrants causes internal political uproar”
Recent remarks by Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Tudose concerning Hungarian autonomy efforts are “completely unacceptable and incompatible with European values and the 21st century”, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Friday. Hungarian parties also expressed their indignation. Continue reading “Outrage in Hungary over Romanian PM’s remark”
In the absence of similar European funding, the financing provided by China is the most favourable for the upgrade of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line, Hungarian foreign minister Peter Szijjarto said on Thursday. Continue reading “Chinese financing is best for Budapest-Belgrade rail project – Szijjarto”
One of the key requirements for restoring Europe’s strength and competitiveness is economic cooperation between the Visegrad Group and Germany, Hungary’s foreign minister said in Berlin on Wednesday.