• "There will continue to be struggles in the future, but Central Europeans will stand up for one another"

    - in an interview with Hungarian news channel M1 on Tuesday, after a meeting of the European Council which decided on the allocation of leadership posts for the institutions of the European Union, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said.

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  • “Weber and Co.” have failed: the Hungarian people did not want them

    Manfred Weber and Frans Timmermans have failed in their bids to become President of the European Commission -- said Prime Minister Orbán after the European Council in Brussels

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  • The top priority is to elect anti-immigration leaders

    Prime Minister Orbán was speaking in Nagyszeben/Sibiu in Romania, where he is attending an informal summit of the leaders of European Union Member States.

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  • The causes of today’s migration tensions will intensify

    At the first summit of the European Union and the League of Arab States, held in Egypt on Monday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that the causes of today’s migration tensions will intensify. The question is whether we “want to passively accept these processes, or […] act to control them”.

     

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