ĀThe new European Commission considers it an absolute priority to increase the EU's visibility and influence in the western Balkans, Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi tells us
ĀAngelo Ciocca: Lega is still the strongest party in Italy, but decisions are made by a government which doesn’t represent the majority of the voters
ĀI admire Hungary for defending its own culture – said Jennifer S. Bryson, who thinks Europe in unable take in new masses of immigrants
ĀEurope can only be saved if it finds its way back to the source of its true values, to its Christian identity, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at a conference in Budapest
ĀHungary's government is planning a second economic protection action plan to be implemented early next year.
ĀHungary's commissioner-designate has been approved by the EP's foreign affairs committee
ĀHungary's commissioner-designate can prepare for his hearing in the foreign affairs committee
ĀKI: Turkey is Hungary’s strategic partner on the issues of security and migration, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after meeting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
ĀA government official accuses the main opposition candidate in Budapest of promoting pro-migration schemes
ĀMigrants should not be eligible for the same healthcare services as taxpayers, according to the foreign minister
ĀThe prime minister will speak about "the Europe of people and nations" at a right-wing event called Atreju in Italy.
Āhe opposition's candidate, Gergely Karacsony has been elected mayor of Budapest.
ĀThe government’s spokesman reacted to the announcement after the interior ministers’ meeting in Malta
ĀThe Hungarian and the Turkish set the date for the strategic council's next session
Ā"We look upon you as a brother-in-arms", Hungary's prime minister writes to Matteo Salvini
ĀHungarian-German economic cooperation must be strengthened, Hungary's prime minister said after his meeting with the German chancellor.
Ā„The strength and stability of our democracy is ensured by the nation's voters expressing their will freely and responsibly.”