Andras Bencsik made a clear statement on pro-government Hir TV on where he stands on the war in Ukraine, and said he has never met a person in Hungary who wasn't "rooting for the Russians".
One of the few EU leaders who declined to applaud the Ukrainian President was Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban.
Hungary dropped four places over the past year to 77th, according to the organization's Corruption Perceptions Index replacing Bulgaria.
Szijjarto stated that while the Hungarian government isn’t in favor of the EU sending funding for weapons to Ukraine, it won’t block a planned 500 million euros in military aid.
The Hungarian Prime Minister says Hungary should aim to foster as many connections with the world as possible, whether that be through trade, infrastructure, investment, or public diplomacy.
Only three EU politicians received holiday greetings from the Russian president: Orbán, Berlusconi and Schröder.
The statement reacts to Orban's comments that Ukraine can “only fight as long as the United States supports it with money and arms."
The incident illustrates how Hungary has become a hub for Russian intelligence.
The Budapest property was bought in 2008 by Georgian-Israeli businessman Shabtai Michaeli who is linked to PM Viktor Orbán’s spin doctor, Árpád Habony.
The Commission will likely make a decision on the funds before the end of the month.
The government-friendly media outlets argued that Csaba Vasvari and Tamas Matusik must resign because the meeting interferes with the "judicial independence".
It was the largest protest since 2014 when Hungarians took to the streets against Internet tax.
Orban's government has launched a national consultation survey on the EU’s sanctions against Russia.
U.S. Ambassador to Hungary replied to Orban, saying: “While you look around for your friend, perhaps another friend to follow: the President of the United States… but as the Hungarian media might say: no pressure.”
Thousands of students formed miles-long human chains on Wednesday and Thursday in support of their teachers fighting for higher wages and better working conditions.
For the past decade, Orbán's right-wing government has faced criticism from civil rights organizations for undermining democratic standards.
Documents obtained by the Helsinki Committee show that András Zs. Varga proceeded unlawfully on several judicial applications.
The Hungarian government behaved like "a Trojan horse in the Western alliance system," a new report by the Centre for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) claims.
An episode of a kids series is potentially violating Hungary’s 'child protection' law.
The state secretary implied that Hungary does not recognize two, but only 'one China'.
The Hungarian Prime Minister received a standing ovation from the Republican audience.
Later in Vienna, Orban said he can sometimes express himself 'in an ambiguous way.'
During the talks, Lavrov told Szijjarto that 'Washington's Russophobic policies are damaging' to Hungarian-Russian relations.
Viktor Orban’s popularity has weakened over the past month due to the record weakening of currency and the highest inflation in the past two decades.
David Pressman expressed concerns over press freedom, human rights, and the rule of law in Hungary.
The Prime Minister’s salary is now ten times the Hungarian average and more than twenty times the minimum wage in the country
The Canadian psychologist and writer gave a lecture at the office of Katalin Novak this week. The President later praised the conservative figure on her Facebook.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungarian authorities’ use of a handcuff and a leash on an Iraqi asylum seeker was ‘inhuman and degrading.'
After long negotiations, the European Union finalized its decision to ban purchases of Russian oil.
The Hungarian PM said that the war next door poses a constant threat to Hungary and it is putting the Hungarian people’s “physical security at risk”, and “threatens the energy and financial security of the economy and families.”
On Monday, the Hungarian PM said he sees a suicidal attempt across Western Europe, including the “gender madness” and the “great European population exchange”.
Political preference among Hungarians has a considerable impact on the perception of Russia and Ukraine – Median Institute's latest polls show. The survey conducted on a sample of 1,000 Hungarian citizens, was commissioned by 444.
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