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Hungary will not support EU aid plan to Ukraine, Orban says. Hungarian PM must support his people first.
Hungary will not support a European Union plan to provide Ukraine with billions in budget assistance next year, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Friday, continue to support his own citizens first, before and above foreign interest.
Firing of Hungarian weather forecasters sets off storm at home and abroad
The firing of Hungary's two top weather forecasters after a big storm predicted by the National Meteorological Service did not materialise has drawn protests at home and abroad, with meteorologists calling for their reinstatement.
Hungarian PM urges US Christian conservatives to 'unite forces' at conference in Dallas
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is urging American conservatives to "take back the institutions," stick to hardline stances on gay rights and immigration and fight for the pivotal next US presidential election.
Orban Tells U.S. Conservatives His Government Is 'Under Siege By Progressive Liberals'
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on August 4 urged a gathering of U.S conservatives in Texas to join forces with Hungarian conservatives in 2024 to take back institutions in Washington and Brussels from liberals.
Hungarians want ‘more Chuck Norris’ – Orban
The country wants more rangers, not genders, Viktor Orban told a Texas rally
Viktor Orban alone in Europe but among friends at CPAC in Texas
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban may have alienated his EU neighbours, who accuse him of undermining democracy, but he will get a warm reception thousands of miles away at a conservative conference in Texas on Thursday. How did this...
Embrace for Hungary's Orban deepens among US conservatives
When heads of state visit the U.S., the top item on their itinerary is usually a White House visit. For Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban next month, it will be addressing a conference of conservative activists in Dallas.
Hungary warns of shift in world order
The West’s reliance on military aid to Ukraine and sanctions on Russia has failed, Hungary’s PM has said
Foreigners pay more for gas in Hungary. It risks an EU fight
Hungary has discounted the price of gasoline at the pump. But not if you have a foreign license plate.
US Hails EU's Russian Oil Ban, Urges Long-Term Effort
Russia-Ukraine war: EU leaders agreed Monday to ban more than two-thirds of Russian oil imports, the toughest action taken by the bloc yet in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine on February 24.
EU Must End "Internal Disputes", Adopt Sanctions Against Russia: Zelensky
Russia-Ukraine War: Zelensky said "greater unity" in the bloc was the only effective way to counter Russia, stressing Kyiv has shown how important unity can be while battling the Russian invasion.
Hungary’s Orban says EU summit should not discuss oil embargo
Hungary is not in a position to agree to the proposed EU sanctions until all outstanding issues resolved, Prime Minister Viktor Orban says in a letter to Charles Michel.
EU's Russia oil ban in jeopardy as Hungary rejects sanction as 'atomic bomb' for economy
Viktor Orban could veto the bloc's planned oil embargo unless the EU comes back with proposals which recognise Hungary's difficulties, which include an energy infrastructure pointing almost squarely towards Moscow.
Russian TV says nuclear strike 'more probable' than losing in Ukraine
Margarita Simonyan, editor of state broadcaster RT and one of the Kremlin's highest-profile mouthpieces, declared on TV last night that the idea of Putin pressing the red button is 'more probable' than the idea that he will allow Russia ...
Hungary election: Nationalist PM Viktor Orban claims victory
Hungary's nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban has declared victory in general elections after partial results gave his Fidesz party a big lead - and called Ukraine's President Zelensky an "opponent" in his victory speech.
How Zelensky changed the West's response to Russia
Five days into Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and his courageous nation have already done more to transform the West's policy toward Russia than 30 years of post-Cold War summits, policy reset...
In "Devastating" Move, US Weighs Sanctions On Russia's Central Bank As Germany Backs "Targeted" Removal Of Russia From SWIFT
Following a full-court press by western nations, the handful of European holdouts - those most reliant on Russian energy supplies and continued Russian capital flows, such as Germany, Hungary, Italy and Cyprus - who have been adverse to ...
EU top court paves way to cut billions to Poland and Hungary
The European Union's top court on Wednesday cleared the way to cut billions of euros of funds to Poland and Hungary, whose populist rulers the bloc accuses of violating democratic rights.
French President Kept At Distance From Putin After Refusing Covid Test
The table drew much ridicule online, and raised more eyebrows when Putin sat at a tiny table with the Kazakh president, a close ally, three days later.
Ukraine tensions: US trying to draw Russia into war says Putin
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has accused the US of trying to draw his country into a war in Ukraine.
Pegasus scandal: In Hungary, journalists sue state over spyware
The governments of Hungary and Poland are the only EU member states to have used the Pegasus software to spy on their critics. Now, Hungarian journalists who were targeted have filed the first lawsuits against the state.
Hungarian official: Government bought, used Pegasus spyware
A senior official in Hungary’s governing party acknowledged for the first time on Thursday that the government purchased a powerful spyware tool, which was allegedly used to target journalists, businesspeople and an opposition politician.
EU’s green energy policy must be based on economic & climate concerns, not political competition
Europe’s clean energy initiatives should be based on a rational long-term strategy, including both the needs of economic development and environmental protection, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told RT.
East European leaders urge EU nations to increase birth rate to prevent ‘extinction of Europe’, saying immigration not the answer
The leaders of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Serbia and Slovenia signed a joint statement on Thursday calling on the EU to not use immigration in an attempt to address what they perceive as a demographic crisis in the bloc.
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