Orbán: ‘Arrest of EP’s left-wing vice-president leaves mark on EU summit’
"It is high time that the swamp was drained here in Brussels," Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a video message on Facebook.
Szijjarto: Two ‘dangerous provisions’ removed from EU proposal on gas price cap
Though European Union member states have yet to reach a decision on the introduction of a price cap on gas imports, Hungary has succeeded in having two "particularly dangerous" provisions removed from the proposal put forward by the Czech presidency, the minister of foreign ...
Szijjarto urges application of China-EU investment deal
The Hungarian government urges that the investment agreement between China and the European Union should take effect as soon as possible, Peter Szijjarto, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, said on Tuesday.
Orbán: Reports of Hungary veto of Ukraine aid ‘fake news’
News reports of Hungary vetoing financial aid to Ukraine is "fake news", Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Twitter on Tuesday, responding to news reports on the ECOFIN meeting earlier in the day.
President at WSF: ‘Without peace, science cannot fulfil role’
Without peace, science cannot fulfil its role in society; science must serve peace, Hungarian President Katalin Novak said in her address to the 10th World Science Forum (WSF) that opened in Cape Town on Tuesday.
Orbán: ‘Western Balkans EU integration Hungary’s vested interest’
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Tuesday that Hungary has a vested interest in the accession of the Western Balkan countries to the European Union as soon as possible.
Commissioner: Western Balkans to be ‘energy gateway’ to Europe
The Western Balkans could become Europe's "new energy gateway", a region through which the EU could have supplies "via new routes, from different sources and in a much more reliable way", Oliver Varhelyi, EU commissioner for neighbourhood policy and enlargement, told the Hungarian parliament's ...
Szijjarto calls for peace in Ukraine ahead of ‘winter threatening with humanitarian disaster’
The approaching winter is raising the spectre of a humanitarian disaster in Ukraine, where "peace must come as soon as possible," Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Geneva on Thursday, adding that Europe is also suffering from the "double pressure from the consequences of ...
Government upholds opposition to convening NATO-Ukraine Commission
The Hungarian government made it clear several years ago that it will not support convening the NATO-Ukraine Commission until the rights of Hungarians in western Ukraine's Transcarpathia region are restored, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Bucharest.
Szijjarto: ‘Brussels decisions’ hindering EU-UK cooperation
Decision-makers in Brussels "often react to British proposals reflexively", and some of their decisions may make cooperation between the European Union and the UK more difficult, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in London on Monday, adding that "in the current difficult situation, good ties ...