Kocsis: Report on connection between migration and terrorism made public
The secret service report on the connection between migration and terrorism has been made public, Mate Kocsis, group leader of ruling Fidesz, said on Facebook on Thursday, adding that the report "clearly shows the risk the irresponsible migration policy of Brussels poses to the ...
Szijjarto: International community risks finding itself closer than ever to third world war
Unless the international community is able to resolve today's security challenges, humanity could find itself closer than ever before to a third world war, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Astana on Wednesday.
Fidesz MP attends opening of London exhibition on persecuted Christians
Christianity is the world's most widely practised, most influential and most persecuted religion, the head of parliament's European affairs committee said at the opening of an exhibition on persecuted Christians at the Hungarian House in London on Monday.
President Novak: Hungary stands by freedom, family, Christian tradition
Hungary stands by freedom, family and Christian tradition, President Katalin Novak said in an interview published in The Australian, Australia's only nationally distributed daily.
Boka slams European migration policy
Protecting the community's external borders is "key for the debate on migration" within the European Union, but "the EU's concept is not comprehensive", it cannot be used to reduce the number of migrants entering Europe, Janos Boka, Hungary's EU affairs minister, said in an ...
Official: Europe needs new strategy on Russia-Ukraine war
The Western strategy for handling the Russia-Ukraine war "has failed", the prime minister's political director said in Brussels, adding that Europe must work out a new strategy aimed at a ceasefire and peace negotiations.
Szijjarto: EU wants energy diversification but puts up barriers
The European Union is putting pressure on Hungary to curb its dependence on Russian energy yet the big barriers to diversification are Brussels' policies, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, said in Tbilisi on Thursday.
Orbán: Support for migration equals support for terrorism
Hungary is opposed to terrorism, so it is also opposed to migration, the prime minister said in Brussels on Thursday. "Those who support migration also support terrorism," Viktor Orbán said ahead of a two-day European Union summit.
Szijjarto calls for end to war at Minsk conference
An immediate ceasefire and peace talks are needed in Ukraine, as the number of victims and destruction will only grow as the war continues, Peter Szijjarto, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, told a security conference in Minsk on Thursday.
MEP: EP plan to change treaties would ‘destroy’ members’ sovereignty
Adoption of a recent proposal by the European Parliament's constitutional committee (AFCO) aimed at amending the European Union's treaties would "destroy the sovereignty of member states", Kinga Gal, head of the EP group of Hungary's ruling Fidesz, said in a statement on Thursday.