Die Revolution von 1956, Imre Nagy, das 1956-Institut: Fakten vs. Sensation
Die liberalen Medien flippen aus über Imre Nagy und 1956.Read more
PM Orbán will today outline the country’s position on migration and make it clear that Hungary will not conclude any bilateral agreement on migrants with Germany until an agreement is reached between Austria and Germany
“By protecting the Hungarian-Serbian external EU border, Hungary is protecting Germany, too,” Chancellor Merkel said. "In order to preserve free movement within the community, a real European border police must be established"
In the revolutionary spirit of the 1960s – albeit perhaps a bit less youthful – a group of “academics, writers and activists” recently called on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to condemn Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and have his party “expelled” from the EPP party alliance.
Minister Szijjártó said it was an “honor” for Hungary that its efforts were mentioned during Germany's political debate and recognition that Germany was “finally aware of the efforts Hungary is making to fulfil its commitments to the bloc by protecting itself and Europe”