Prime Minister Viktor Orbán - Photo: PMO

PM addresses ambassadors’ meeting

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán addressed the annual meeting of Hungarian ambassadors on Tuesday, and said that the new, emerging world order required constant assessment and analysis, the PM's press chief said on Tuesday.

The prime minister said Western hegemony had ended. “They want to divide world economy into geopolitical blocs, and put enormous pressure on sovereigntist countries such as Hungary,” Bertalan Havasi cited Orbán as saying.

Orbán said Hungary had an interest in remaining a member of the European Union and NATO “but not in the creation of blocs”. “That is why we will strengthen our alliance with other sovereigntist countries.”

“Rather than explaining ourselves for our political differences, Hungary’s ambassadors are tasked with representing Hungary’s success with undisputable economic facts,” Orbán said.

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