The "unusual, rare and shocking" downing of the Malaysian passenger jet over the eastern part of Ukraine requires a thorough investigation, Prime Minister Orbán said in a radio interview on Friday.
The 110 billion forint (EUR 354 million) spending freeze announced on Thursday is a precautionary measure, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a radio interview today.
“Matters of principle must come before personnel decisions,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Brussels, prior to attending an EU summit.
There can be no viable Hungarian economy without the farming sector's contribution, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said to the congress of farm association MAGOSZ on Saturday.
Hungary's economy has a lot of potential and "that should fill us with hope", Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in north-eastern Hungary on Thursday at the inauguration ceremony of a new poultry-processing plant built by the Master Good Group in Kisvárda.
The Government is planning to spend a total 300 billion forints (EUR 1bn) on developing Hungary's food industry in the next few years, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Wednesday, speaking at the opening ceremony of a plant for Stühmer. He stated that government support would help create new jobs outside Budapest.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic held talks on bilateral economic, investment-related, cross-border and cultural relations in Belgrade on Tuesday.
Respect for the work of law enforcement officers has been restored through hard effort, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated at a commissioning ceremony of Budapest's Public Services University on Sunday.