The European Commission is employing double standards against Poland, a country Hungary is morally obliged to show solidarity, a Christian Democrat (KDNP) lawmaker told a press conference on Tuesday. The Hungarian government supported the proposal. Continue reading “Parliament expresses solidarity with Poland”
Orban is a technocrat and Kaczynski is proud, but both make use of the fact that their voters care more about stability and social security than the rule of law, freedom or independent judiciary – professor of the Princeton University, Tomasz Koncewicz told Hungarian weekly HVG. Continue reading “Kaczynski and Orban: Ideologist and technocrat”
Resisting all pressure, blackmail and ultimatums, Hungary and Poland will not accept any illegal migrant, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Warsaw on Thursday after talks with Polish Interior Minister Joachim Brudzinski. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Hungary, Poland not to accept illegal migrants”
Michal Kokot, the Polish Gazeta Wyborcza’s head of foreign desk heavily criticised Hungarian and Polish politics in an interview with Hungarian news site Zoom. Continue reading ““Warsaw is depending on Budapest””
Europe “needs to go back to the drawing board” because it has failed to achieve its goals, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at a panel discussion with his Visegrad Group counterparts in Budapest on Friday.
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban’s visit to Vienna is not exactly what he wanted, but he has several things in common with Austria’s chancellor Sebastian Kurz, Austrian daily Die Presse reports. Continue reading “Is Kurz really an ally for Orban?”
Poland can always count on Hungary’s support when it comes to European Union action launched against the country, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in a statement on Wednesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Hungary stands by Poland”