During the laudation it was highlighted that Viktor Orbán oversees elections that return results in one day and which have been more closely monitored by international observers than any other in the European Union.
Péter Szijjártó noted that in a number of matters, Hungarians and Slovaks depend on each other, adding: ‘The war has highlighted our differences, but I believe it has also strengthened our interdependence just as much.’
At a debate hosted by Hungarian Conservative, political scientist András Körösényi, conservative historian of political thought Attila Károly Molnár and political philosopher Ferenc Hörcher explored the relationship between conservative principles and political reality.
EMIH chief rabbi Slomó Köves said the Hungarian Jewish community is well aware that the past 25–30 years have been a real miracle: Jewish people have become able to proudly practice their faith in Hungary.
Semmelweis University Rector Béla Merkely said at the signing ceremony that thew two institutions ‘share the same mission and guiding principles in order to deliver the finest education at the highest level.’
To meet the demand for electric vehicles, the Volkswagen Group intends to establish a total of six new battery plants around Europe by 2030. However, the project may become unfeasible if energy prices continue to rise.
According to Van Buren, it is ‘shameful’ that the Biden administration is not forcefully pushing for a diplomatic solution, but is content to bleed out the Russians, as it did in Afghanistan in the 1980s.
Despite the significant grants and investments agreed upon by the EU, and the bloc’s support for the regional association process, what Tirana didn’t bring closer is the holy grail for the Western Balkans: fast-tracked EU accession.
Poland’s efforts to turn its growing military power into political influence may be hampered by criticism of its alleged rule of law issues and concerns over its arms purchases from non-NATO countries outside Europe.
After months of negotiations, EU ambassadors on Monday reached an agreement on the funding package that may allow Hungary to have access to part of its frozen EU funds. However, Poland’s unexpected veto on Wednesday may upset the plans.
According to Fidesz MEP Tamás Deutsch, when it comes to sanctions, illegal immigration, and changes to the child protection law, Brussels bureaucrats are determined to impose their will on Hungarians by any means necessary.
A peaceful ‘cohabitation’ between the Christian West (whatever may be left of it) and Islam has been shown to be historically destructive. Unlike Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Western leaders and churchmen alike have continually turned a blind eye to this.
American business magnate and investor Elon Musk’s rocket will take the latest Hungarian small satellite into outer space, the Communications Directorate of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) told MTI on Wednesday.
‘Weapons that Europe has at its disposal cannot become a threat to anyone so long as the continent’s democratic societies won’t demonstrate a capacity and determination to make use of them,’ Alexis Carré said.
This past weekend, two speakers from Hungary spoke at CPAC Japan. The political director of the prime minister and the head of the Center for Fundamental Rights both discussed the successes and objectives of conservative politics in Hungary.
Many Hungarian news sites claimed on Tuesday that Hungarian Finance Minister Mihály Varga vetoed the proposed EU aid to Ukraine. As it turns out, the assistance package was not even voted on at the ECOFIN meeting.
Minister Szijjártó underscored that he is glad there are still politicians like Matteo Salvini in Europe. He said Salvini, whom he described as an old friend, is one of ‘those who are able to think rationally about migration’.
Increasing labour productivity is the most important determinant of sustainable, long-term economic growth. More investment, both in human and physical capital and technology, are of paramount importance in order to achieve it.
‘When I look at the European economy, strangled by over-regulation, over-taxation, ridiculous green agendas and the intrusive behaviour of the EU bureaucracy, it is clear that Europe cannot grow. It is doomed to stagnation,’ former Czech President Vaclav Klaus stated at the summit.
‘The immigrationist policy pursued by Brussels must end, and European countries should be supported in protecting their own territory and at the same time the territory of the European Union,’ Minister of Foreign Affairs Péter Szijjártó declared.