Szijjarto: Sudan situation ‘fragile, dangerous’

The situation in Sudan continues to be "extremely fragile and dangerous", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said late on Saturday, adding that the number of Hungarians reported to be still in the civil-war-stricken country had increased to 15.

Fidesz MEP: EU couldn’t handle migration crisis

The European Union could not handle the migration crisis, and eight years after the crisis the European Parliament is still talking about the need to increase European solidarity and help with the placement and distribution of immigrants, an MEP of ruling Fidesz said in ...

Fidesz MEP: Hungary condemned Russian aggression from the start

Hungary condemned Russia's military aggression against Ukraine from the start, Fidesz MEP Kinga Gal said in a statement on Wednesday, saying the country had always abided by international law and supported investigations into violence, human rights violations, and war crimes, "which must not go ...

Pope Francis to urge peace in Ukraine during Hungary visit

The call for peace in Ukraine will be one of the central topics of the speeches Pope Francis will deliver during his visit to Hungary next weekend, Csaba Torok, governor of the Esztergom parish and press officer of the Hungarian Catholic Bishops' Conference, told ...

Hungary, South Korea sign MoU

Hungary and South Korea signed a memorandum of understanding on boosting their trade and investment development cooperation on Tuesday.

Szijjarto: War in Ukraine only has losers

The war in Ukraine only has losers because people are dying in this war, "so speaking about winner in this context does not make sense," Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told BBC.