Justice minister calls on EU to support Poland

The European Union "must finally support Poland as a single community" as "Poland "must defend not only its own borders but also those of the European Union", Justice Minister Judit Varga said on Tuesday.

Szijjarto discusses security cooperation with Seychelles counterpart

The foreign ministers of Hungary and the Republic of Seychelles have signed an agreement designed to contribute to the stability and security of the island state, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told a press conference after talks with his Seychelles counterpart, Sylvestre Radegonde.

Orbán: Balkans peace, stability key for Hungary

Hungary has a vested interest in the peace, stability and security of the Balkans, and Serbians living in Bosnia and Herzegovina's Republika Sprska play a key role in that process, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Saturday, after meeting Milorad Dodik, the Serbian member ...

Orbán highlights potential in V4-South Korea cooperation

South Korean president advocates closer ties with Visegrad Group

Cooperation between the Visegrad Group and the Republic of Korea is gaining in intensity, and the political leaders of the five countries are committed to developing even closer ties, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in Budapest on Thursday.

Orbán calls on EC to reimburse Hungary’s border protection costs

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, in a letter to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday, repeated his call on the commission to reimburse Hungary's border protection costs, his press chief told MTI. In the letter published on his official website, Orbán argued ...

Talks on Hungarian CPAC held in Washington

A delegation of the Budapest-based Centre for Fundamental Rights (AK) has visited Washington for talks with conservative politicians on the forthcoming jamboree of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), to be held in Budapest next spring.