Tamás Menczer said Israel is under attack by a terrorist organization, so it has the right to defend itself.
Hungary resolutely condemns the latest rocket attacks against Israeli cities committed by certain Palestinian terrorist organizations from Gaza.
“We are in our thoughts and prayers with the victims, their families and the people of Israel in this difficult time,” PM Orbán said.
The Hungarian government has already indicated that it believed Palestine had no jurisdiction to prosecute Israeli citizens.
The foreign minister said Hungary is steadfast in its support for Israel and is voting against a motion in the UN to censure the country.
The foreign minister said Hungary is in talks with China, Russia and Israel on buying vaccines against the coronavirus once they are developed.
Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, will be the only European Union minister to attend the signing of Israel’s agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain on normalizing diplomatic ties in the White House next Tuesday.
The foreign minister said it was an “honor” that Hungary has received a ministerial-level invitation for the signing of the agreement to be held in the White House garden next Tuesday.
The foreign minister said the European Union should stop pursuing its “unilateral anti-Israel policy” and put emphasis on partnership.
The foregin minister said the partnership between Hungary and Israel is “stronger than ever” and the two can always count on one another.
Péter Szijjártó revealed that Visegrád Group leaders will meet Benjamin Netanyahu next week