Hungarian politicians fined in Romania

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has called on Romanian authorities not to penalise Hungarians for commemorating their national holiday. Continue reading “Hungarian politicians fined in Romania”


Szijjarto’s message to Romania and Ukraine

Hungary seeks to build “civilised” ties based on “mutual respect” with Romania, but such moves as Romania’s recent banning an official of the Szekler National Council (SZNT), a Hungarian citizen, from that country “won’t help the process”, the Hungarian foreign minister told reporters on Saturday. Continue reading “Szijjarto’s message to Romania and Ukraine”

Orban wrong about Romanian gas?

According to Hungary’s prime minister, Russia’s gas monopoly in the country is expected to end after 2021 or 2022. The foreign ministries of the two countries gave contradicting statements. Continue reading “Orban wrong about Romanian gas?”


Brnabic: Hungary most committed supporter of Serbia’s EU integration

Hungary will be “bent on” accelerating Serbia’s European Union accession, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in his address to a Hungarian-Serbian business forum in Budapest on Friday. Continue reading “Brnabic: Hungary most committed supporter of Serbia’s EU integration”


Protecting minorities in Ukraine

No minority in Ukraine can suffer a violation of their rights to education, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said after discussing the Ukrainian education law with Teodor Melescanu, his Romanian counterpart, in Bucharest on Monday. Continue reading “Protecting minorities in Ukraine”


“Completely unacceptable” – Szijjarto to Tudose

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 is up to Romania to participate in regional cooperation’

Romania should decide whether or not it wants to be involved in central European cooperation, which is taking good shape, the head of the Hungarian parliament’s foreign affairs committee said in Kolozsvar (Cluj), in Transylvania, Romania, on Saturday. Continue reading “‘It is up to Romania to participate in regional cooperation’”