Justice minister decorates Cistercian abbot in Dallas
Justice Minister Judit Varga presented Hungary's Knight's Cross to Peter Verhalen, abbot of the Our Lady of Dallas Cistercian abbey, late on Sunday.
Szijjarto: EU ‘largest supporter of migration’
The European Union's migration policy is the hotbed of people smugglers' success, which makes the infringement procedure launched against Hungary for expelling foreign people smugglers especially hypocritical, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Friday.
Defence Minister: Hungary having ‘crucial role’ in NATO defence plan
Hungary is "indispensable" and "has a crucial role" in NATO's recently adopted deterrence and defence plan, Defence Minister Kristof Szalay-Bobrovniczky said in a video published on Facebook on Wednesday.
Fidesz MEP: EU institutions attempting to cover up corruption cases
The proposal by European institutions to set up an ethics body is a way for them to attempt to cover up corruption cases, Laszlo Trocsanyi, an MEP of Hungary's ruling Fidesz, said in Strasbourg on Wednesday.
Szijjarto: NATO summit successfully avoids escalation of Ukraine war
As Ukraine has received neither an invitation nor a timetable to join NATO until it meets all necessary conditions, the alliance has successfully avoided the threat of an escalation in the war, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on the closing day of the NATO ...
Orbán urges peace over weapons in Ukraine at NATO summit
Peace, rather than weapons are needed in Ukraine, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a video posted on Facebook on Tuesday.
Fidesz MEP calls for more sensitive approach to Western Balkans
The European Union, in light of the current geopolitical situation, should apply a more sensitive approach to the complex problems of the Western Balkans, Kinga Gal, an MEP of ruling Fidesz, said in Strasbourg on Tuesday.
Szijjarto: ‘Fair chance’ that NATO summit can avoid escalation of war
There is a "fair chance" that the NATO summit under way in Vilnius can avoid an escalation of the war in Ukraine, and makes a "responsible decision" on Ukraine's perspectives of joining the alliance, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Tuesday.
Fidesz MEP welcomes EU Chips Act as ‘timely’, urges boosting community production
Andras Gyurk, an MEP of ruling Fidesz, has welcomed as "timely" the EP's adoption of the European Chips Act aimed at bolstering the EU's competitiveness in semiconductor technologies and urged Europe "to take up the gauntlet" in global digital competition.
Nezopont: Two-thirds of Hungarians against extra EU payment proposal for Ukraine war
Some 64 percent of Hungarians are against a European Commission proposal on EU member states making extra payments in order to give an additional 50 billion euros in support to Ukraine in the next four years, daily Magyar Nemzet said on Friday citing a ...