Orbán: Peace, security at stake in election

Peace and security are now issues in the April 3 general election, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in an interview to public radio on Sunday, adding that only the ruling Fidesz party could guarantee peace and security in Hungary. Orbán said the "international dimension" ...

Orbán: Hungary stands on Hungary’s side

Hungary stands on Hungary's side in the Russia-Ukraine war, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after the EU and NATO summit in Brussels. Orbán told public media that Hungary was helping everyone in trouble but wanted to enforce and protect its own national interests.

Szazadveg: Hungarians oppose no-fly zone over Ukraine

Fully 78 percent of Hungarians oppose the idea of introducing a no-fly zone in Ukrainian airspace enforced by NATO because they believe this would lead to a world war, a recent survey released by the Szazadveg Foundation on Friday shows.