Late last week, leaders of the 28 members of NATO gathered in Brussels to send, in the words of Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, a strong message of the unity of the transatlantic alliance and its commitment to collective security. NATO finds itself in an increasingly challenging environment due to the rise of complex security threats that require responsive capabilities. Grappling with terrorism, migration, cybercrime and more, every one of the member states must step up its game.
PM Orbán sends heartfelt condolences to Frau Kohl-Richter following the death of his friend Helmut Kohl
With his life’s greatest deed, the creator of German unity and his country’s refounding also guaranteed the freedom and independence of the nations of Central Europe," he continuedRead more