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At a press conference prior to their meeting yesterday in Berlin, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and German Chancellor Angela Merkel addressed a wide range of issues including bilateral trade, the EU budget, Europe’s competitiveness and the EU enlargement policy.
Even at times of division, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said, “freedom fighters like us always knew that there was only one, single Europe.” As the prime minister reflected on the historic significance of Hungary-Germany relations, Hungary’s role in German reunification and the future of Europe, German Chancellor Angela Merkel named the Pan-European Picnic a symbol of unity and thanked Hungarians who 30 years ago helped overcome the lines of division.
According to Gergely Gulyás, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office, the Debrecen project of German automobile manufacturer BMW stands as proof of the long-term prospects and strength of German-Hungarian relations
PM Orbán will today outline the country’s position on migration and make it clear that Hungary will not conclude any bilateral agreement on migrants with Germany until an agreement is reached between Austria and Germany
The foreign minister said the government must respond to the Israeli paper saying on Friday that a Berlin-based NGO funded by US billionaire George Soros had tried to lobby the German government to intervene against Hungary’s law on the transparency of foreign-funded NGOs