Viktor Orbán urged Americans. to “call back Trump,” in an interview with former Fox News host, Tucker Carlson.
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.
According to Orban, Putin’s handling of a mercenary mutiny shows he remains firmly in control.
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.
Hungary will block European Union military aid for Ukraine unless Hungarian OTP Bank is removed from list of war sponsors.
Hungarian lawmakers can still override Novak’s veto.
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.”
The Hungarian government decided to exit the International Investment Bank after the United States imposed sanctions on three officials of the financial institution
Gergely Gulyas, Orban's chief of staff pointed out that Sweden's involvement in an EU lawsuit against Hungary "does not help" the ratification process.
Bloomberg reported that Hungary blocked European Union member states from issuing a joint statement about an ICC arrest warrant against Putin.
Orban who is currently serving his fourth consecutive term, stated that Europe is "already indirectly at war with Russia."
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".
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 government-friendly media outlets argued that Csaba Vasvari and Tamas Matusik must resign because the meeting interferes with the "judicial independence".
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.”
During the talks, Lavrov told Szijjarto that 'Washington's Russophobic policies are damaging' to Hungarian-Russian relations.
David Pressman expressed concerns over press freedom, human rights, and the rule of law in Hungary.
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.
After long negotiations, the European Union finalized its decision to ban purchases of Russian oil.
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.
Klitschko confronts Orbán, Hungarian GDP slows down, new parliament holds first session in May, Freedom House slams Hungarian democracy
According to former world boxing champion, Volodymyr Klitschko, “Hungary’s loyalty towards Russia can still be felt’, he said in an interview given to local online journal Válasz Online.
A reader of Atlatszo.ro, the Romanian edition of Átlátszó, found some 30 filled out ballots in Transylvania, near Jeddar, which were undoubtedly cast for opposition parties.
Government condemns Russia, opposition turns to OSCE over false media coverage, Hungarians welcome refugees, Hungary supports Ukraine's EU accession
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán condemned Russia’s war waged against Ukraine, in a video posted on his Facebook page last Thursday.
Viktor Orbán meets Vladimir Putin in Moscow amid mounting tensions between Russian and the EU/NATO. Teachers stage a warning strike and Pegasus spyware used lawfully according to data protection watchdog
Hungary was the only of the EU's 27 member nations not to back the statement. Foreign Minister Szijjártó said such statements are "one-sided." This week's InsightHungary newsletter.
Poland, Slovakia and Czechia have all expelled Russian diplomats in response to an explosion at a Czech munitions depot blamed on a Russian military intelligence unit. This week's InsightHungary newsletter.
In its latest attack on LGBT rights, the government required the publisher to alert consumers if a book contains characters that "display patterns of behavior that differ from traditional gender roles." This week's InsightHungary newsletter.
Imported and homespun modern disinformation campaigns - designed to confuse and disorient audiences - have led to polarization, political tribalism and shifting geopolitical dynamics. An interview with political scientist and disinformation expert Dr. Péter Krekó.