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 Prime Minister said that “Dublin is dead, Schengen lives”.
The terrorist attacks have directed our attention to a fact: people are coming to the European Union from zones in which some Member States of the EU are – to varying degrees – at war.
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.
After many years of cooperation resulting in great success we can finally declare that Hungary is now a full member of the ESA and is ready to take advantage of the opportunities efficiently – Deputy State Secretary for Info-communication at the Ministry of National Development Károly Balázs Solymár said at the formal accession ceremony on 24 November 2015 at the Embassy of Hungary in Paris.
On Wednesday, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó told Hungarian News Agency MTI in a statement that solving the Syrian situation and stopping the Islamic is only possible if the Transatlantic Community and Russia consult with each other.
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.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó signed the inter-governmental agreement on the refurbishment of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line with the President of the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission. 85 per cent of the project will be financed from credit provided by China. The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade described the agreement as the first tangible success of cooperation between China and Central-Eastern-Europe.
At an expert-level forum held on Monday in Budapest, Minister of State for EU Affairs Szabolcs Takács at the Prime Minister’s Office said that Hungary wishes to see a satisfied and strong Great Britain within a renewed European Union; this would also benefit the Government of Hungary, he added.