Ministry official: Energy supply top Hungarian priority

Szijjarto: Hungarian economy can’t physically operate without Russian oil

Hungary's government will withhold its approval of any sanctions that would render the transit of Russian oil and natural gas to Hungary unfeasible, as this would compromise the country's energy security, given the reliance of its infrastructure on Russian deliveries, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto ...

President Ader calls on lawmakers to represent national interests

Lawmakers take oaths in new parliament

Hungary's lawmakers took their oaths on Monday at the start of the new parliamentary cycle. The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance has 135 seats in parliament, the Democratic Coalition has 15 seats, while Jobbik, Momentum and the Socialists have 10 each. The radical Mi Hazank ...

Hungary state-owned cargo plane to start flying to Doha

The Hungarian state's cargo plane is set to enter into commercial service between Budapest and Doha following "intensive negotiations" with Qatar Airways, Peter Szijjarto, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, said on Saturday.

Szijjarto: April 3 election ‘historic’

Hungary had a "historic" election on April 3, and "when we decide about the future for the whole nation, each member should be given the opportunity to participate in the process", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Lendava (Lendva), in northeastern Slovenia, on Friday.

Capital to receive direct EU funding for green development, mayor says

Karacsony: Rule-of-law procedure could leave municipalities short of funding

Gergely Karacsony, the mayor of Budapest and the vice-president of the Hungarian Association of Local Councils, warned on Friday that localities could miss out on funding because of the rule-of-law procedure the European Commission has launched against Hungary.