Justice minister in US: ‘Conservative politics works’

Justice Minister Judit Varga highlighted the achievements of the Hungarian government in a lecture delivered at the Washington, DC, headquarters of the Heritage Foundation late on Monday, and said those achievements had helped ruling Fidesz to its fourth two-thirds election victory in April.

Hungary keeping Kyiv embassy open

Hungary is keeping its embassy in Kyiv open, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday before leaving for a meeting with his European Union counterparts in Luxembourg.

Orbán: Integration of Western Balkans ‘in EU’s interest’

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met Milorad Dodik, the Serbian member of Bosnia-Herzegovina's Presidency and the recently re-elected leader of Bosnian Serbs, in Budapest on Thursday for talks on the EU integration process of Western Balkan countries, as well as economic and energy security issues, ...

Szijjarto: Brussels decisions hurt Europe energy security

Decisions made by Brussels have so far have caused nothing but "damage" to Europe's energy security, whereas measures taken by the Hungarian government have ensured continued supplies to the country, the foreign minister said in Prague on Wednesday.

Hungary must continue to provide most competitive investment environment in Europe, foreign minister says

Orbán in Berlin: Hungary has emerged stronger from every crisis since 2010

Since 2010, Hungary has emerged stronger from every crisis it has experienced, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told an economic forum in Berlin on Monday, citing the global economic crisis of 2008, the migration crisis and the coronavirus pandemic.

Hungary keeping Kyiv embassy open

Despite renewed attacks on Kyiv, Hungary will "for the time being" keep its embassy in the city open and ready to receive people in need of help, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday.