On Wednesday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán organized video conference with the Polish Prime Minister-Vice President of the Law and Justice party (PiS) Mateusz Morawiecki and the leader of the Italian Lega Nord party Matteo Salvini about the formation of a new European political group.
Employers may require vaccination against the coronavirus as a condition of work – Gergely Gulyás, the Hungarian minister in charge of the Prime Minister's Office announced on Thursday.
– Hungary has managed to protect itself and its culture while dealing with the issue of migration – Marine Le Pen, President of the French National Rally (NR) said at a press conference after talks with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in Budapest on Tuesday.
The Visegrád Group (V4) countries last week signed a letter of intent on the mutual and automatic recognition of each other’s higher education degrees.
Poland’s government, like Hungary’s, is being attacked on the international stage because its successful patriotic policies go against the liberal mainstream – Péter Szijjártó, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said in Vienna.
A recent, “clear” decision by the Polish constitutional court is “being misinterpreted in Europe”, the prime minister’s chief of staff said on Saturday, arguing that “the dispute is not over whether European Union law has precedence over national legislation but in which areas it has precedence”.
– Hungary was among the 10 EU countries to have already rebounded to pre-pandemic economic levels – Finance Minister Mihály Varga said after a meeting of the finance ministers of Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia. Wspólna konferencja prasowa ministrów Grupy Wyszehradzkiej. Fot. Attila Kovacs / EPA/PAP/EPA
– Central Europe is facing a decade offering fantastic opportunities – the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Wednesday in Ústi nad Labem in Czech Republic. Photo by Ondrej Hajek / CTK / PAP/CTK
Hungary signed a 15-year gas purchase agreement with Gazprom on Monday. Photo by NOEMI BRUZAK / MTI / PAP/EPA
Hungary’s government will spend 30 percent more resources on defence in 2022 than this year – state secretary Tamás Menczer said on Saturday.
– Some civilisations are able to reproduce themselves; the West is not one of them – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated on Thursday at the 4th Budapest Demographic Summit. He also explained that the Hungarian government based its family policy on five pillars.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Pawel Jablonski condemned double standards in Brussels, saying EU law objections are really about politics in the interview for Hungarian Daily Magyar Hirlap.