The Hungarian Government takes the view that illegal migration and terrorism are inseparable, “they go hand in hand” and meanwhile the threat of terrorism is on the increase in Europe.
In a speech at a summit between China and Central and Eastern European countries held in Suzhou, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that Europe has been attacked, and is exposed to further threats.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that today no one doubts that National Socialism, like Communism, was an insane idea.
The southern security border closure has proved that it works and fulfils its function, and if these security measures were also implemented in other EU Member States, such as Greece, there would be no incidents where migrants attempt to break through the border at the Greek-Macedonian border section, Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács spoke about this on the public service television news channel M1 on Friday morning.
In September 2015, the volume of retail sales grew by 5.1 percent year-on-year, and thus the sector’s positive sales trend has been in place for the 28th consecutive month. In the initial nine months of the year, the volume of sales was up by 5.9 percent year-on-year. These growth figures exceed both the EU and the Euro-zone averages.
Minister of Justice László Trócsányi told business weekly Figyelő that Hungary has a good chance of mounting a successful legal challenge to the European Union's migrant quota system in the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
On the morning of Wednesday, 25 November – the Memorial Day of Hungarian Political Prisoners and Forced Labourers Transported to the Soviet Union – a moment of silence was observed and a wreath-laying ceremony was held at the memorial stone of the victims of Gulags in Budapest.
At a press conference held on Tuesday in Szeged, Head of Cabinet of the Prime Minister Antal Rogán said that on average, every twelfth second a new migrant enters the European Union illegally; there is no real control t at the continent’s southern border.
At a bilateral meeting in Suzhou, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán expressed his gratitude to Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang for the excellent Chinese-Hungarian cooperation. The main topic of the discussion was the potential expansion of Hungarian agricultural products’ export to China.