We must maintain viability of Central Europe’s economy
Maintaining the viability of the entire Central European economy is in the best interests of the V4 countries; we must pursue an effective fight against the coronavirus epidemic, whilst “keeping our economies up and running,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after the Friday meeting of the prime ministers of the Visegrád countries (V4: Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia) held in Lublin in South East Poland.
Central Europe conveys the promise of a success story
While in recent years the answers that could have made Europe competitive have not been conceived, under the leadership of Poland, Central Europe’s economy conveys the promise of a success story, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told journalists on Monday in Bled, Slovenia.
In Hungary there are no problems with rule of law
On Monday, at the Alpbach international forum focusing primarily on issues related to the European Union, Justice Minister Judit Varga stood up for the state of the rule of law in Hungary.
House Speaker László Kövér's letter to his Dutch counterpart
László Kövér, Speaker of Hungary's National Assembly, asked his Dutch counterpart, Khadija Arib, for her cooperation, with the common goal of working together in order to help those EU Member States most affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
We have to make a deal, because the unity is the only way to get out of this challange of economy
If we fail to come to an agreement on issues in dispute in connection with the budget and the rescue package, that will be because of Holland, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated in Brussels on Sunday, ahead of the third working day of the EU summit about the next seven-year budget of the European Union and the attached economic recovery package.