Orbán to hold talks with EC president in Budapest
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is scheduled to visit Budapest on Monday evening, the prime minister's press chief said.
Trocsanyi: Conference on EU’s future ‘Troyan horse for European superstate’
The conference on the future of the European Union, to be concluded on Monday, has been "in fact a Troyan horse" to disguise efforts for "centralisation and building a uniform European superstate to replace nation states", Fidesz MEP Laszlo Trocsanyi said in an article ...
Szijjarto: Hungary not to support new EU sanctions against Russia
Hungary will not support the European Commission's sanctions against Russia as "problematic for the country" and "not offering a solution", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in parliament on Monday.
Justice minister: ‘Europe has long been in decline’
Marking Europe Day, Justice Minister Judit Varga on Monday said "Europe has long been in decline. And while it faces challenges such as migration, pandemics or war, some would deepen the Union along the lines of power and ideological interests."
Incoming president presents staff
Katalin Novak, who will enter her office as Hungary's next president on Tuesday, has presented her staff referring to its members as "excellent experts".
Deutsch: Hungarian left-wing MEPs are fighting against their own country
Szijjarto: Hungary won’t vote for latest EU sanctions package
Hungary will withhold its vote for the latest EU package of sanctions unless a solution is found to Hungary's concerns over its energy security, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, wrote on Facebook on Sunday.
Nezopont: Only Gyurcsany less popular than Jakab
Jakab re-elected as Jobbik leader
Peter Jakab was re-elected as leader of the opposition Jobbik party at a party conference on Saturday, the party said in a statement.
Szili: ‘Integration only assimilation’ without collective rights
Integration of the Transylvanian Hungarian community into the Romania mainstream, in the absence of collective rights, would only amount to assimilation, Katalin Szili, the prime ministerial commissioner for the coordination of tasks related to the aspirations of autonomy in the Carpathian Basin, said in ...
Hungary to build 317 km of new roads till 2032
The consortium led by private equity fund Themis has been awarded a concession to build and maintain motorways in Hungary for the next 35 years, Antal Rogan, who heads the Prime Minister's cabinet office, said on Friday, adding that 317km of new roads will ...
Orbán: EU’s planned sanctions on Russian oil imports ‘like nuclear bomb’
The European Union's proposal on phasing out imports of Russian crude oil is "unacceptable", Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Friday, adding it was equivalent to "dropping a nuclear bomb on the Hungarian economy". In a regular interview with public broadcaster Kossuth Radio, the ...