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Nach einem Treffen mit dem italienischen Premierminister Giuseppe Conte sowie Matteo Salvini und Silvio Berlusconi in Rom hielt Premierminister Orbán am Dienstag auf einer Konferenz zum Thema „Nationaler Konservatismus“ eine Rede. Dort sprach er über eine Handvoll der dringlichsten Probleme Europas.
Following meetings with Italian PM Giuseppe Conte, Matteo Salvini and Silvio Berlusconi in Rome, Prime Minister Orbán addressed a panel at the National Conservatism Conference on Tuesday. There, he talked about a handful of Europe’s most pressing problems.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has expressed his appreciation to Matteo Salvini, head of Italy’s League party, thanking him in a letter for his efforts of “benefitting Italy and the whole of Europe, including Hungary” during the migrant crisis.
In his Friday morning interview on Kossuth radio, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán touched upon yesterday’s visit of Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini, the Eastern Opening policy and the upcoming meeting with US President Donald Trump later this month.
On the eve of Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini’s visit to Budapest tomorrow, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán sat for an interview with the popular Italian daily La Stampa. In the interview, the prime minister discusses migration, the future of the European People’s Party, nationalism and a perspective on “three Europes”. Here are some highlights:
It is Matteo Salvini’s mission to prove that migration can be stopped not only on land but also at sea, said Prime Minister Orbán, adding that even though Hungary has already shown the world that immigrants can be stopped at the border, Brussels’ migration policy still focuses on “managing” the crisis instead of putting an end to the influx of intruders.