Trade ministers will meet in Brussels to discuss the latest issues of trade relations
The next meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council (Trade) will take place in Brussels on 27 May 2019. The Hungarian delegation will be led by Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The top priority is to elect anti-immigration leaders
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán posted a video on his Facebook page on Thursday, in which he said that in the elections to the European Parliament in a little over two weeks’ from now we must elect anti-immigration leaders: so that Europe will be able to defend itself, and for the future of our children. He was speaking in Nagyszeben/Sibiu in Romania, where he is attending an informal summit of the leaders of European Union Member States.
Jubilee: 15 years in the European Union
Hungary celebrated its EU membership with the concert of the famous Hungarian rock band, Tankcsapda
Higher level of human health protection through the revised drinking water legislation and the EU long-term emissions reduction strategy were in the forefront of the discussions at the Environment Council in Brussels
First meeting of Environment Ministers under the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU took place on 5th March in Brussels.
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”.