Here’s the latest piece of hypocrisy, straight from the land of PC and home of the Left.
“Right now, we are very far from coming to an agreement. There are two positions. We will continue negotiations sometime in the future,” PM Orbán said following the two-day European Council summit in Brussels on the EU’s upcoming seven-year budget.
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Here are some highlights from the prime minister’s speech
Visiting Hungary’s southern border fence alongside Slovak PM Peter Pellegrini earlier today, Prime Minister Orbán said that with spring weather right around the corner, migrants are expected to arrive in even larger masses and in a more organized manner.
Speaking at an IAEA conference and counter-terrorism summit earlier this week, Foreign Minister Szijjártó made Hungary’s voice heard on some of the hard-hitting issues affecting the country today.
Várhelyi: In order to maintain its credibility, the EU must “speed up” accession for the Western Balkans and “make it more dynamic.”