Defence Minister Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky recently acknowledged Orbán's involvement in the Chad mission.
Hungary's parliamentary speaker said there was "no urgency" in approving Sweden's NATO membership bid.
In commemoration of the Day of the Republic of Srpska Milorad Dodik, the head of the entity, presented honors upon individuals who have left an indelible mark on the republic's life.
Hungary has declined Ukraine's request to extradite a Russian man accused of involvement in the 2017 killing of a member of the volunteer Dzhokhar Dudayev battalion.
The unusual water levels resulted from heavy rain and snow, followed by mild weather, leading to premature winter floods.
The EU had previously frozen billions of euros in funds for Hungary, citing concerns related to human rights and the rule of law.
Szijjártó and the head of Zelesky's office agreed on the importance of improving relations between Hungary and Ukraine.
Hungary's civil society warns new sovereignty bill is part of the Orban government’s attempt to silence all critical voices
The broad language of the legislation has raised concerns that the office could target journalists, trade unions, churches, and companies.
There are growing concerns that after Fico's victory Slovakia could join Hungary in blocking EU aid to Ukraine.
The Global Network for Independent Media expressed concerns over the 'sovereignty safeguard bill', saying "such a law, long feared, could pose a major threat to remaining independent media."
Tamás Menczer, the foreign ministry's state secretary commended the EP's statements on Thursday calling the legislative body "pro-war".
Hungary decided to use its veto in May after 10 EU countries requested Moshensky be included in the sanction list.
Matthew Miller, spokesperson for the U.S. State Department, said the US was trying to work with the Hungarian government to give them an opportunity to correct the situation but they refused.
Several authors terminated their contracts with Libri, fearing the Orban government would use the publishing house for their "own ideological and political purposes."
The Hungarian PM expressed sympathy for Ukraine but argued that sending them further aid will only lead to more deaths.
The Austrian politician called the setting up the Integrity Authority a step forward but said the Hungarian government had not yet met the conditions.
Hungary will block European Union military aid for Ukraine unless Hungarian OTP Bank is removed from list of war sponsors.
According to the new law, citizens are allowed to report those who contest the “constitutionally recognized role of marriage and the family” and those who contest children’s rights “to an identity appropriate to their sex at birth.”
Bloomberg reported that Hungary blocked European Union member states from issuing a joint statement about an ICC arrest warrant against Putin.
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".
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 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.
Orban's government has launched a national consultation survey on the EU’s sanctions against Russia.
David Pressman expressed concerns over press freedom, human rights, and the rule of law in Hungary.
After long negotiations, the European Union finalized its decision to ban purchases of Russian oil.
Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said he was "pleased that the European Union has finally acted swiftly, decisively, and with sufficient vigor and unity." This week's InsightHungary newsletter.
Orbán argues the rule of law mechanism is an attempt to blackmail Hungary into accepting migrants, but some EU leaders say European taxpayers are fed up with funding projects in countries that violate fundamental rights. This week's InsightHungary newsletter.
The detainees have asked to meet with lawyers and journalists, and complain of overcrowding at the detention center. Plus, leadership at Index.hu struggles to hire new staff after mass resignations, Hungary donates €1 million to Beirut, and more stories from this week.