Szijjarto: NATO members should rethink ‘unsuccessful’ Ukraine strategy
NATO member states should rethink their "failed" Ukraine strategy, but most of them show no willingness to do so despite the lack of success seen over the past year and a half, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Brussels on Tuesday.
Szijjarto: NATO must remain committed to preventing direct confrontation with Russia
Because of its geographical location between war-torn Ukraine and Europe's busiest migration route, Hungary expects NATO to remain committed to its decision that a direct confrontation with Russia must be prevented at all costs and that it must avoid becoming a party to the ...
Szijjarto: Cooperation with China ‘huge opportunity’ rather than risk
Cooperation with China presents a "huge opportunity", rather than a risk, for the European Union, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Brussels on Monday, insisting that the risk would be severing economic ties between the two entities.
Hungary supports global economic, industrial cooperation, minister says
Hungary's government supports global economic and industrial cooperation, Peter Szijjarto, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, said at the General Assembly of the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) in Vienna on Monday, adding that Hungary was a good exemplar of its mutual ...
Szijjarto: EU economy beset by failure due to ‘ideological sanctions’
The European Union's economy today is characterised by "failure" due to "ideologically and emotionally driven policies", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Brussels on Monday, insisting it was now clear that the sanctions imposed on Russia had failed.
Szijjarto regrets ‘nadir’ of EU’s competitiveness before meeting EU counterparts
"Ill-advised decisions in Brussels in recent years have led to a nadir in Europe's competitiveness," Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday, ahead of a meeting of the EU's foreign affairs council.
Two Hungarian children among hostages Hamas released on Sunday
Hamas released another group of hostages on Sunday, two Hungarian children among them, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Facebook.
Nemeth welcomes joint statement on anti-Semitism, anti-Muslim bigotry
Zsolt Nemeth, the head of parliament's foreign affairs committee, welcomed on Friday a joint statement on anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim bigotry issued by US Senator Ben Cardin, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, and 23 European foreign affairs committee chairs.
Hungarians reject financing Ukraine further
Two-thirds of Hungarians reject financing Ukraine further until Hungary receives the EU funds owed to it, according to a survey by the Nezopont Institute published on Friday.
Orbán accepts invitation of newly elected Argentinian president
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán spoke by phone with Javier Milei, the newly elected president of Argentina, and congratulated him on his election victory, on Friday, Orbán's press chief said.