"A merry little Christmas. Happy Holidays!" – wrote Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in his message on Facebook.
– I profoundly believe that next year will be better for all of us – PM Mateusz Morawiecki said in his video message. (jap, photo credit: printscreen)
We want to present our own project for the shape of the European construction through the European Conservatives and Reformists, PiS leader Jarosław Kaczyński said in the interview for Polish daily "Rzeczpospolita" Photo credit: PAP
– We have proven to be important partners in the rule of law debate who cannot be ignored – Mateusz Morawiecki says in an exclusive interview with Mandiner.
Hungary protects the institution of marriage and the family as the basis for the survival of the nation The government-sponsored amendment passed with 134 votes in favour, 45 against and there were five abstentions.
"Politico" chose the Hungarian Prime Minister as the fourth most influential in the “Doers” category on its annual ranking of the most powerful people in Europe. Viktor Orbán is followed by French President Emmanuel Macron, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
We have defended Hungary's interests – the prime minister Viktor Orbán said in Brussels, pointing out that EU heads of state and government agreed on a new budget.
It was worth fighting for financial subsidies not to be tied to ideological expectations during the pandemic, the Minister of Justice wrote on her Facebook page.
Current, strict coronavirus-related restrictions will be kept in place until January 11 – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Monday. He added, that December 31 would be no exception, with a ban on New Year’s Eve parties.
This is the official, English transcript of Prime Minister Orbán's response to EPP group leader Manfred Weber, who stated in an online press conference on December 3 that the "rule of law mechanism", is not being set up expressly against Hungary and Poland.
Letter of Tamás Deutsch to Members of the EPP Group Budapest, 4 December 2020 Honourable Colleagues,
Hungary insists that the economic issue of the EU budget and the recovery fund must be separated from the rule of law regulation that has led to political debates – said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Kossuth Radio.