During an interview on the BBC Hardtalk program, Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said it was highly problematic that the European Union failed to get the migrant situation under control at the start of the crisis
Earlier this week, I took a question from a journalist about the referendum on the independence of Catalonia. The government of Hungary has not taken a position on that, and I gave a general answer emphasizing precisely that point – that it is a matter of the internal politics of Spain, adding that the will of the people should be respected within the bounds of the rules.
Hungary's foreign policy is to "resolutely stand up for Hungarian interests and the interests of Hungarians living across the border"
Hungarian foreign policy will never abandon cross-border Hungarians, we will “fight until the bitter end” with regard to issues that are important to them, and will “not allow decisions that negatively affect Hungarians to be made one after the other in neighboring countries," the foreign minister said
Hungary's foreign minister assured the organizations of American Jews that the Hungarian government clearly makes no compromise on the security of Hungary and its people on the one hand, and zero tolerance against anti-Semitism on the other