• Europe must be able to defend its borders

    After a summit between the Chancellor of Austria and the heads of government of the Visegrád Four, PM Viktor Orbán stated that the V4 and Austria agree that Europe must be able to defend its borders.

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  • There can be no compromise in the migrant debate

    Prime Minister Viktor Orbán delivered a speech at the conference “Budapest Europe-talk”, which was held in the Hungarian capital. In his speech he said that the European Commission’s draft for the EU’s next multiannual budget is pro-immigration and pro-migrant, and would give taxpayers’ money to migrants and NGOs. It is as if the draft had been written by George Soros himself, said the Prime Minister, who also stated that in 2019 the Commission must go, and a strong Europe needs strong nation states.

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  • Viktor Orbán elected as prime minister

    Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that his government will oppose the mandatory quotas, stand up for Christian culture and fight to protect the country’s borders. In his inaugural address, the Prime Minister stressed that Hungary needs the EU, and the EU also needs Hungary, and the country must and will enter the arena of European politics. 

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  • The Hungarian people stood up in support of Hungarian sovereignty

    Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that in the parliamentary election on 8 April “the Hungarian people stood up in support of Hungarian sovereignty”.

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  • Europe needs to replan

    At a panel discussion following a summit of Visegrád Group (V4) heads of government, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that Europe needs to replan, because the goals that were previously set have not been realised. 

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  • Hungary is prepared to increase its contribution to EU budget

    Hungary is prepared to increase its contribution to the budget of the European Union to 1.2 per cent of the gross national income (GNI) in the next seven-year fiscal cycle as with the planned departure of the United Kingdom and the emergence of new challenges there will be more responsibilities falling on fewer contributors, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office stated at a conference held in Brussels on Monday.

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