Hírek

This is a sad Sunday

After a special EU summit convened to sign the documents related to the termination of Britain’s EU membership, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union is truly a “black Sunday” for the European Union.
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Hungary is being attacked due to the issue of migration, but the government is not prepared to compromise on that issue

According to Gergely Gulyás, due to the issue of migration there is a campaign against Hungary which has been open to compromise with the European Commission in every previous dispute. Migration is the only issue on which it is not prepared to compromise, and this has led to a “political smear campaign” against the country.
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Hungary will not change its position on immigration

Hungary will not change its position that mass migration is a negative phenomenon which must be stopped at the external borders of the European Union despite any political pressure or the institution of any infringement procedure, Szabolcs Takács pointed out in Brussels.
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Ministers at the Environment Council agreed on the Council position on CO2 emissions reduction from passenger cars and vans and on the position for the COP24 climate conference in Katowice

The Hungarian head of delegation, Péter Kaderják, Minister of State for energy and climate argued for the need for consensual, balanced and feasible climate commitments at the Environment Council held in Luxemburg on 9 October.
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