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: 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”


Putin’s New Year greetings to Orban

Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote in his message of greetings to Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban that Russian-Hungarian relations developed constructively even in the current complicated international situation, according to the Kremlin’s website. Continue reading “Putin’s New Year greetings to Orban”


“Awarding Putin is an unfortunate joke”


Ukraine’s foreign minister thinks Hungary should focus on value-based foreign policy instead of its actual interests and its relations with Russian can’t be built solely on pragmatic projects. Continue reading ““Awarding Putin is an unfortunate joke””


Orban’s ex-state secretary: It’s not sure at all that Paks-2 will be built

Hungary has confirmed the intention to continue implementation of the project of construction of the Paks-2 nuclear plant with Russia, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday at the ProyeKTOriya national professional orientation forum, after meeting Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Budapest on Monday. Continue reading “Orban’s ex-state secretary: It’s not sure at all that Paks-2 will be built”


Putin to come back to Budapest next spring

Russian President Vladimir Putin visits Hungary again not later than next spring, Hungarian daily newspaper Nepszava reported only two days after Putin’s visit to Budapest. Continue reading “Putin to come back to Budapest next spring”