Post COVID-19, Hungary’s promising economic prospects
Here’s a summary of recent government measures, as well as foreign and domestic investments in Hungary.Read more
Prior to his meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister Orbán said that despite areas of disagreement, there are also areas of agreement in which the two countries can work towards unity and a stronger Europe, including border security and a common EU military force.
It was supposed to be a thing of the past. So-called powerbrokers, self-appointed and unaccountable, conspiring furtively by telephone and in secret meetings to cut deals to dole out positions of power with a cynical disregard for the will of the voters.
"This could mark the beginning of a serious European debate... In the details, of course, we have differences of views, but far more important than these differing opinions is that this initiative will be a good start to a serious and constructive dialogue on the future of Europe," PM Orbán said
Zoltán Kovács said Western liberals, left-wing groups and politicians have lost touch with members of the public who are compelled to face mass migration and deteriorating public security. “They take the view that it is time for a change,” he said
Recently, following his meeting with Irish PM Leo Varadkar Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau ‘sounded the alarm’ on the growing number of immigrants entering Canada. Although “Canada is an opening and welcoming society,” Prime Minister Trudeau said, “we are also a country of laws” and “there are rigorous immigration and customs rules that will be followed. Make no mistake”.
"We reject that the European Union should apply double standards in relation to anyone; we are regrettably observing that the European Commission is applying double standards in relation to Poland very intensively. This is unacceptable," Minister Szijjártó said
“Macron’s introduction isn’t too encouraging; he thought the best way to show friendship was to immediately stampede into central European countries. This isn’t how we do things around here, but he’ll soon get to know his way around,” the prime minister said