PM Orbán in State of the Nation address: The last decade has been the most successful in Hungary’s last 100 years
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The Finance Minister has said the United Kingdom leaving the European Union “in a regulated manner” is in Hungary’s interest, but Hungary needs to be prepared if Brexit happens without prior agreement between the UK and the community.
Schopflin argues that European citizens haven’t asked to be represented in the TNL way. These ‘floating’ 27 MEPs would sit in the European parliament and be answerable to no one, with no structure for holding them accountable
The European commissioner for education, culture youth and sport said that securing economic growth and promoting a stable, peaceful European community will remain in the focus of the European Commission’s efforts during the remainder of its mandate
“Although the Hungarian government doesn’t like the border security fence”, it has proven to be effective, because it is capable of stopping, or at least slowing illegal immigration, Hungary's government spokesperson said
As hideous terror attacks at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport draw attention away from this week’s European Summit and politicians struggle to find the appropriate response to the outcome of the Brexit referendum, EU leadership seems to be grasping for direction.
Während die abscheulichen Terroranschläge am Atatürk-Flughafen in Istanbul die Aufmerksamkeit vom Europa-Gipfel diese Woche ablenken und europäische Politiker um die passende Reaktion auf das Ergebnis des Brexit-Votums ringen, scheint die EU-Führung nach der passenden Richtung zu suchen.
“Brussels must listen to the voice of the people. This is the biggest takeaway from yesterday’s decision,” said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán commenting on the result of Thursday’s referendum in which voters in the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
„Brüssel muss auf die Stimme des Volkes hören. Das ist die größte Lektion aus der gestrigen Entscheidung“, sagte Ministerpräsident Viktor Orbán, als er das Ergebnis des Referendums am Donnerstag kommentierte, im Zuge dessen die Wahlberechtigten im Vereinigten Königreich für den Austritt aus der Europäischen Union stimmten.
“The decision is yours, but I would like you to know that Hungary is proud to stand with you as a member of the European Union.” Signed by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, this is the text of a full-page advertisement that appeared in the British print media today. This is Hungary’s prime minister taking a stand, like many other European leaders, on an issue that’s important to Europe and important to Hungary.