Hungary’s annual march in the heart of Budapest attracts tens of thousands of international participants, but Poles are typically one of the largest blocs. A large number of them joined the 65th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, which saw, according to Hungarian police, up to 500,000 people attend.
The example of Spain shows that illegal immigration must be stopped not only by land but also by sea, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Madrid after meeting with Santiago Abascal, leader of the Spanish right-wing Vox party, in Madrid.
As the price of natural gas and other forms of energy skyrocket in Europe, Hungary has inked a deal with Russia’s Gazprom to ensure a stable and cost-effective energy supply for the next 15 years.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán made sure that Hungary will have enough financing to launch its own recovery program despite the row with the European Commission, Romanian daily Evenimentul Zilei writes.
Battling to thwart Brussels open gates policies Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s government moves to protect Europe’s borders beyond Hungary by repeatedly sending Hungarian police to neighbouring Balkan countries to stop the flood of migrants fleeing from NATO conflicts.
Despite media reports to the contrary, Hungary does not stand alone among EU member states, according to Hungary’s senior legislator.
Europe’s most successful prime minster believes that the migration crisis can be ended and the tide reversed only by the decision making coming from elected assemblies which unlike the heads of the EU can be replaced by betrayed citizens.
Over the next 15 years, long-term Russian gas supplies to Hungary will avoid transit through Ukraine, a key point behind Monday’s agreement reached by the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller in St. Petersburg.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks in Rome with Giorgia Meloni, president of the Italian Fratelli d’Italia party, on Friday. At the meeting, the two politicians discussed the situation of the European anti-globalist right and the growing threat to Europe and the European peoples of migration, Orbán’s press secretary Bertalan told national news agency MTI on Saturday.
Even though the Afghan refugee wave has barely begun, there are already 100,000 migrants on the Balkans route, János Halász, deputy caucus leader of Hungary’s ruling conservative Fidesz party, told daily Magyar Hírlap.