PM Orbán calls on Hungarians to participate in government’s public survey on the “Soros plan”
The “national consultation” survey will ask Hungarians for their opinion on whether or not Hungary should become an immigrant countryRead more
Hungarian born Gorka claimed that he resigned from his post, while a White House official said that “Sebastian Gorka didn’t resign, but I can confirm that he won’t be working in the White House anymore”
Although there are already plans in motion for the prime minister to visit Washington for an official visit, sources say the prime minister and the US president are set to step to the sidelines of the NATO summit to discuss Hungary-US relations
In an evolving, multipolar world order, Europe cannot afford to waste its energy and resources on senseless pursuits. Europe has great potential, but it lacks self-confidence. It is passing through a period of weakness, and that weakness breeds insecurity and fear that poisons the soul of the European body politic.
Sebastian Gorka has confirmed his position on President Trump's team. "I guess the radio silence is over... As of January 20 2017 I am working in the new Administration of President Donald J. Trump as a Deputy Assistant to the president," Gorka said
According to Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, chances of a settlement in Syria since the war broke out have never been as good as they are today, but there will be no solution if Russia and the United States fail to come to terms on the conditions
“During his telephone conversation with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, United States President-elect Donald Trump expressed his thanks for Hungary’s support of American Hungarians and also said he had always had great respect for Hungary," Hungary's foreign minister revealed
“Congratulations. What great news. Democracy is still alive,” read the message posted on Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s Facebook page soon after the world learned that Donald J. Trump had been elected the 45th President of the United States of America.
“The problem with [ideology-driven thinking] is that it gives an answer to the question before facts are considered,” Prime Minister Orbán said in his radio interview this morning, adding that this kind of thinking has tied up and hindered the West.