On Friday the Prime Minister’s Press Chief told government news portal kormany.hu that “President of the United States Donald Trump has written a letter to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán thanking him for his message of congratulations written upon the President’s inauguration”.
Following talks with Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared that “Montenegro’s place is in the EU, and the country is ready to be a member of the community”.
On Kossuth Radio’s “180 Minutes” programme, the Prime Minister has said that a referendum is a Hungarian issue, but the Olympic bid must be won not here in Hungary, but before the International Olympic Committee. A referendum requires a majority, but the Olympics requires unity, he said.
On Kossuth Radio’s “180 Minutes” programme on Friday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that “International organisations operating in Hungary and calling themselves ‘non-governmental’ – though in fact attempting to influence Hungarian politics while representing the interests of global capital with paid activists using money from abroad – must be made accountable and transparent”.
Bertalan Havasi, the Deputy State Secretary heading the Press Office of the Prime Minister, has informed kormany.hu that on Thursday Prime Minister and President of Fidesz Viktor Orbán received István Pásztor, President of the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians.
Prime Minister Orbán received Patriarch of the Syrian Orthodox Church His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II for a working lunch in the Parliament Building on Tuesday.
Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief, has informed kormany.hu that in the Parliament Building on Tuesday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Cornel Marculescu, Executive Director of the International Swimming Federation (FINA).
The Prime Minister’s Press Chief, Bertalan Havasi, has told the press that in the Parliament Building on Monday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received Jan Figel, the European Union’s Special Envoy for the promotion of freedom of religion or belief.
In an address before the start of daily business on the opening day of the spring session of Parliament, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that there will be a national consultation on the five dangers which Hungary will have to face this year.
In Parliament on Monday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that a national consultation is to be held on the five dangers that Hungary will have to face this year.