PMs of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia will not attend an EU mini-summit on migration
According to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, the recent decision on family supplements by the Austrian Government is unfair and unjust to the people of Hungary. PM Orbán’s government will do whatever it takes to protect the interests of Hungarians abroad.
János Lázár, the minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office, said the government's plan was already in full swing, evident by last week’s Visegrád Group summit in Budapest and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s official visit to Vienna earlier this week
An “alliance of common sense” is in the making, said Prime Minister Orbán, countries that ask where it would lead if we accept the right to migration as a fundamental human right and allow the UN to oversee international migration. Hungary will not participate in anything that runs counter to its security interests.
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“I am looking forward to our work together, with which I may contribute to the strengthening of Hungarian-Austrian relations, the development of the Central European region and the restoration of our continent’s security," PM Orbán said
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Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said eastern and western Europe should “put aside political correctness and hypocrisy” and work together in countering the threat of terrorism for the sake of protecting the continent
Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said that "everyone can see that the policies employed by Brussels so far have been ineffective.” Those politicians who deny that there is a need for change in the EU are seriously hurting the bloc, he said, adding that Chancellor Kern was one such politician