"Today, more and more it sees Central Europeans as unequal partners [in the EU] and second-class member states," said PM Orbán.
The prime minister said that two nations that respect each other’s culture would always benefit from cooperation.
A 76 km running race crossing from Hungary to Slovakia and over three rivers will be held on September 11.
Slovak Foreign Minister Ivan Korčok said foreigners inoculated with Russian and Chinese vaccines will be allowed into the country.
Árpád János Potápi encouraged members of the local Hungarian community to participate in the census and put in “Hungarian” as an answer to the question concerning their ethnicity and mother tongue.
Hungary and Slovakia are interested in the European Union’s success, but also work to promote national interests and preserve the sovereignty of members.
PM Orbán and President Áder were shocked to hear about the bus accident in Slovakia which caused at least 12 fatalities and nearly 20 people injured.
The 60km M30 motorway investment will allow traffic to move faster, improve road safety and reduce congestion.
The prime minister will today attend the high-level meeting “Friends of Cohesion” which is organised by the Slovak government in Bratislava Castle, followed by meetings in the Czech Republic
Hungary’s neighbor will lead the group for one year from July 1st. Slovakia’s prime minister Peter Pellegrini said, “thanks to the Hungarian presidency, Visegrád’s voice has rung out loudly”
PM Orbán said Slovak-Hungarian cooperation and the Visegrád Group partnership contribute to the success of a common Europe