The prime minister categorized states as either “immigrant” or “non-immigrant countries” in terms of their approach to migration. He also spoke of Hungary's recovering economy and the rise in employment
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán says “immigrant countries” constitute the biggest threat to European values and migrants coming to Europe endanger the freedom of religion, women’s equality and the fight against anti-Semitism
PM Orbán meets with British Chancellor of the Exchequer to preserve economic cooperation and to encourage a smooth Brexit
PM Orbán meets with head of ETUC to discuss the enforcement of social rights in Europe and the directive on posted workers
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”.
PM Orbán: Hungary's second line of defense will guarantee the security of Hungarians for a long time
PM Orbán met with Szeged Mayor László Botka to sign a cooperation agreement as part of the Modern Cities Program. PM Orbán said that “Szeged has all the capabilities needed to become an outstanding regional center”
We have seen a fundamental shift in global politics in recent months. Positions and policies are moving in a different direction, changing in response to public outcry and voter dissatisfaction. The old guard are being taken to task.