Yesterday marked not only Labor Day but the 15th anniversary of Hungary’s European Union membership.
To mark the occasion, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán attended a meeting of countries that joined the European Union 15 years ago in Warsaw.
PM Orbán insisted that central European countries, due to the hard work of their citizens, had tapped the potential of EU membership. “This is what we want to do in the future too,” PM Orbán said, adding that Europe and its national and Christian culture must be protected.
As we have also reported today, the prime minister has urged people to vote out pro-migration politicians in the EP elections over the coming weeks.