Szijjarto: UN must play active role in achieving peace
With the war in Ukraine becoming increasingly brutal, it is crucial that the United Nations play an even more active role in creating peace in the country, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in New York on Wednesday.
PM security advisor: Up to 10,000 people arriving from Ukraine daily
Some 9,000-10,000 people arrive in Hungary from Ukraine every day, and the number of refugees has exceeded 601,000 since the start of the war, the prime minister's chief security advisor said on Thursday.
Szijjarto: Hungary maintains policy of not supplying arms to Ukraine
Whereas the government backs fresh European Union support of 500 million euros for the Ukrainian army, Hungary is maintaining its policy of refusing to supply arms to Ukraine, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in the Czech Republic on Tuesday.
Kovacs: Hungary among first urging for peace in Ukraine – RAI
Hungary will not send weapons to Ukraine but is among the first countries to urge for peace, Zoltan Kovacs, the state secretary for international communications, said in an interview broadcast by Italian television RAI on Sunday.
Kovacs to CNN: Government not to send troops, weapons to Ukraine under new mandate
Hungary will not send weapons or troops to Ukraine "under a mandate the Hungarian people has given to the government", Zoltan Kovacs, state secretary for international relations, told US news channel CNN on Friday.
Szijjarto: ‘Not our war’
The Russia-Ukraine war is "not Hungary's war", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said after talks with NATO counterparts in Bratislava on Thursday. The Hungarian government will do everything it can to protect Hungarians from the conflict, he said.
Szijjarto: Opposition ‘in constant contact with Ukraine government’
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, referring to press reports and communications between the Ukrainian foreign minister and Kyiv's ambassador in Budapest, accused members of the Hungarian opposition of being in constant contact with representatives of the Ukrainian government.
Finance Minister: Russian energy supplies can’t be replaced overnight
Even those who demand that Hungary cut off its energy supply from Russia must admit that it is impossible to replace Russian oil and gas imports overnight, Finance Minister Mihaly Varga said on Wednesday.
Hungary continues to advocate Ukraine’s territorial integrity, sovereignty
Hungary continues to advocate Ukraine's territorial integrity and sovereignty, and -- along with its EU and NATO allies -- condemns Russia's military action, Marta Matrai, First Officer of the Hungarian parliament, said in Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia, on Tuesday.
Opposition calls on foreign minister to resign
Szijjarto: Left would send weapons to Ukraine
If the left wing wins the parliamentary election, they will immediately approve sanctions on natural gas and crude oil supplies and they will immediately start weapons transports to Ukraine, the foreign minister said on Tuesday.