Orban congratulates Putin

Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday congratulated Vladimir Putin on his re-election as Russia’s president. Continue reading “Orban congratulates Putin”


Orban sends condolences to Putin

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has sent his condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin over the deaths of the 71 people who were on board the passenger plane that crashed near Moscow over the weekend, the PM’s press chief told MTI. Continue reading “Orban sends condolences to Putin”

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”


“Fidesz and Jobbik switched places”

Marton Gyongyosi, Jobbik’s politician responsible for foreign policy gave an interview to right-wing conservative daily Magyar Nemzet. The strongest opposition party’s lawmaker thinks that internationally Jobbik’s more and more seen as the party of common sense, while Fidesz moved to the extreme right. Continue reading ““Fidesz and Jobbik switched places””


Orban: One can’t help refugees while ruining own nation

Viktor Orban, Hungary’s prime minister, told a Germany paper that the European Union should assist refugees but “one cannot give help to the world while ruining its own nation.” Continue reading “Orban: One can’t help refugees while ruining own nation”


Greens want to stop Paks

Hungary is “in the eleventh hour” to stop the upgrade of the country’s sole nuclear power plant in Paks, a board member of green opposition LMP said on Tuesday. Continue reading “Greens want to stop Paks”