The Hungarian government was very happy, when the new ÖVP-FPÖ government was formed in Austria, but it seems that Vienna is holding some distance, Die Presse reports. Continue reading “Die Presse: Austria holds friendly distance”
Eastern EU countries should count on receiving less funds from the next budget, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told Austrian daily Der Standard.
The Hungarian government is focused on building alliances with its central European peers, as evidenced by last week’s Visegrad Group summit in Budapest and Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s official visit to Vienna earlier this week, the government office chief said on Thursday. Hungary and Serbia’s joint cabinet meeting scheduled for next week is also in line with this strategy, Janos Lazar told a regular weekly … Continue reading Govt focused on building central European alliances
Austria and Hungary agree that asylum policy begins with border control, Bence Tuzson, the state secretary for government communication told public news channel M1 on Wednesday. Continue reading “Hungary and Austria agree on a fundamental issue – official”
Migration poses the greatest threat to Europe’s future, which should be protected, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in Vienna on Tuesday after talks with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. Continue reading “Orban in Vienna: Europe’s future must be protected”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban meets Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache in Vienna on Tuesday.