Hungarians and Serbians are "not twice, but many times stronger together than on their own", Vucic says

Orbán: Hungary, Serbia ‘building future together’

Hungarians and Serbs have started building their future together, and they will both be the beneficiaries of that future, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Horgos, in northern Serbia, on Monday, at a ceremony marking the start of the refurbishment of the Subotica (Szabadka)-Szeged ...

Orbán: China-Hungary cooperation increasingly important

Cooperation between Hungary and China is becoming more and more important, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a video message, addressing the opening ceremony of the China International Import Expo (CIIE) on Thursday.

El-Sisi: Egypt needs support from EU countries

Orbán on V4-Egypt summit: Strengthening Egypt crucial

Strengthening Egypt is in the European Union's "vital interest", Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after a meeting of representatives of the Visegrad Group and Egypt in Budapest on Tuesday.

Orbán: Central Europe’s survival dependent on cooperation

The survival of central Europe's peoples is dependent on their friendship and alliance with each other, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the inauguration of the Maria Valeria Bridge connecting Hungary and Slovakia in Esztergom, in northern Hungary, ...

Szijjarto: Stemming migration requires external allies

Stemming the waves of illegal migration requires external allies such as Egypt, an "extremely important partner", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said after talks with his Visegrad counterparts and the foreign minister of Egypt in Budapest on Monday.

Agriculture minister: Brussels arm-twisting farmers

Mandatory and specific targets set down in the Green Deal, while advancing a political agreement on CAP reform, could also result in a decline in agricultural production, leading to drastic food price hikes, Minister of Agriculture Istvan Nagy said at a Luxembourg meeting of ...

Justice minister: EU institutions must respect national identities

Gulyas: Poland top court decision ‘misinterpreted’

A recent, "clear" decision by the Polish constitutional court is "being misinterpreted in Europe", the prime minister's chief of staff said on Saturday, arguing that "the dispute is not over whether European Union law has precedence over national legislation but in which areas it ...