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PM Viktor Orbán gives state of nation address - “For us, it’s ‘Hungary First’”

Monday, February 19, 2018

Photo: Károly Árvai/kormany.hu

In his “State of the Nation” address on Sunday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared that “For us, it’s ‘Hungary First’”.

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Russians applied for national minority status


The National Election Commission (NVB) has verified the application of ethnic Russians for national minority status.

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EU: Hungarian town can’t be European Capital of Culture as there are “too many happy white people”

Sunday, February 18, 2018


Voice of Europe


The EU jury of the European Capital of Culture contest (EKF 2023), said that one of the participating towns is “too white and there are not enough migrants”, Hungarian news website “888.hu” reports.

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The United Nations would force Hungary to adopt the migration plan of masonic lodges


The UN Office for Refugees urges Hungary to implement the migration plan that has recently been published by masonic lodges in a joint statement.

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Saakashvili Says Ukraine in a Shambles, Faces Becoming 'Failed State'

Saturday, February 17, 2018

© AP Photo/ Czarek Sokolowski

Disgraced ex-Georgian president-turned Ukrainian politician Mikheil Saakashvili has told Austrian media why he believes the Eastern European country is facing a real danger of becoming a 'failed state'.

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Christian culture must be preserved

Friday, February 16, 2018

Photo: Gergely Botár/kormany.hu

At a press conference on Friday forming part of the Budapest conference of the Centrist Democrat International (CDI) – the organisation of centrist parties with links to Christian democracy – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that the CDI believes Christian culture to be a valuable asset, and it must therefore be preserved.

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Ethnic Hungarian athlete was humiliated in Temesvár, Romania for not speaking "good-enough" Romanian


A chauvinist incident took place last weekend in Temesvár, Romania reported kronika.ro. The "Nagy Mózes" Sports Club U19 Women's Basketball Team visited the city to play in the national championship semi-finals. However, it turned out that some players didn't have medical permit required by the law to participate in the sporting event, so they had to obtain the required documents from a local health institution.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met Venezuelan Opposition Leader Antonio Ledezma


Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met Venezuelan Opposition Leader Antonio Ledezma at the Marriott Hotel in Budapest. The Venezuelan politician arrived in Hungary to attend the Christian Democratic International Budapest meeting. February 16. 2018. Photo: Prime Minister's Office / Balázs Szecsődi

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The armed forces plan to buy cargo aircraft to replace the ageing An-26 fleet

Thursday, February 15, 2018

C-130J Super Hercules

As part of the Zrínyi 2026 Defense and Military Development Program, the armed forces plan to purchase military transport aircraft for HUF 75 billion to replace the ageing Russian made An-26 fleet.

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Swimmer Katinka Hosszú filed for divorce


Swimmer Katinka Hosszú has filed for divorce, which can soon officially end her relationship with her American husband-coach Shane Tusup reported blikk.hu

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White House announces that President Trump will nominate David B. Cornstein as the next US Ambassador to Hungary


President Donald Trump will nominate David B. Cornstein as the next US Ambassador to Hungary, the White House has announced.

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'Stop Soros' Anti-Immigration Bill Submitted to Hungarian Parliament

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

© AFP 2018/ LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s anti-immigration campaign takes aim at US billionaire George Soros, who has been pumping funds to boost “open-door” values in Eastern Europe.

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Gold medal for enthusiasm: All eyes on N. Korea’s cheerleaders in PyeongChang (more VIDEOS)

Tuesday, February 13, 2018


North Korea’s cheerleading squad has become the unlikely center of attention at this year’s Winter Olympics, mesmerizing audiences with their highly synchronized routines.

The 229-member cheer squad are part of a last-minute North Korean delegation to the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. Dressed in matching red tracksuits, the group sings and cheers in unison, competing with the athletes for audience’s attention.

Footage from Saturday's ice-hockey match between the unified Korea team and Switzerland, showed the squad enthusiastically singing and clapping, even though the Swiss annihilated their team 8-0.

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Relations between Hungary and the United States are heading in the right direction, says US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson


Zoltán Balog quoted Tillerson as saying that a series of new appointments in the State Department had brought about a change in the department’s approach to Hungary


Relations between Hungary and the United States are heading in the right direction, according to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

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Hungary will not give up its current policy with regard to the Ukrainian Education Act without legal guarantees

Monday, February 12, 2018


“Hungary will not give up its current policy with regard to the Ukrainian Education Act without legal guarantees”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said at a press conference in Budapest on Monday.

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