Hungarian government to launch a nationwide survey on migration

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

The Hungarian government has decided to launch a nationwide survey on migration to guarantee solid support for the government’s related policies, and so that they can understand the people's stance on the issue.

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Picture of the day: Member of former Gyurcsany gang enters prison

Former Director of the Hungarian National Asset Management (MNV) Zrt. Zsolt Császy, bids an emotional goodbye to his friend and mentor Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány in front of Tököl Penitentiary.

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The “Soros Plan” must be opposed

Monday, September 18, 2017

Addressing the eleventh national congress of the Alliance of Christian Intellectuals (KÉSZ) in the Hungarian Parliament on Saturday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán argued for the need to oppose the “Soros Plan”, which would transform Central European countries into “immigrant countries”: states with mixed populations and cultures.

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The municipal council of Esztergályhorváti outsmarted agent provocatours who wanted to turn the village into a migrant vacation spot

Saturday, September 16, 2017

The municipal council of the village of Esztergályhorváti in Zala County outsmarted a team of agent provocateurs who wanted to take a group of migrants from Austria into the village for "vacationing".

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‘Amid migrant crisis, Eastern Europe wants to uphold values (and get funds from Brussels, too)’

Friday, September 15, 2017

People hold signs as they protest against the German government's decision to deport migrants who were denied asylum, at Duesseldorf Airport, Germany September 12, 2017. © Wolfgang Rattay / Reuters

The central EU states are pressuring the eastern frontier states to step up to the plate and do their fair share in accommodating the migrants arriving from Greece and Italy, political commentator Adrian Yalland tells RT.

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Orbán wins the migration argument

Suddenly most EU leaders echo the Hungarian prime minister.

By JACOPO BARIGAZZI 9/15/17, 4:17 AM CET Updated 9/15/17, 9:36 AM CET

No one in Brussels wants to say it out loud, but Viktor Orbán is winning the migration debate.

The Hungarian prime minister may be much maligned in European capitals for his anti-immigrant rhetoric, his opposition to the EU’s refugee relocation policy, and for building a border fence.

But look closely at how EU leaders now talk about the issue and the policies they’ve adopted since the 2015 crisis, and it’s clear Orbán’s preference for interdiction over integration has somehow prevailed.

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Katinka Hosszú announced the expansion of her company - Iron Corporation - with a new media division

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Iron Corporation is growing

One year before yesterday the new members of Iron Aquatics jumped into the pool for the first time. I remember what a fantastic feeling it was to see the enthusiasm and the determination in the eyes of the kids.

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The EU’s quota programme is a failure and a dead end, Minister Szijjártó tells Financial Times

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó called the European Union’s quota programme aimed at distributing refugees a failure and a dead end in an interview published in the Financial Times.

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Moscow proposes international co-operation against the Ukrainian Education Law

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

The Russian foreign ministry called for an international co-operation against the Ukrainian education law, which according to the ministry, violates the rights of millions of ethnic Russians, and it is contrary to Ukraine's constitution and Kiev's international commitments.

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The Hungarian Pavilion at the World Exhibition in Astana awarded with silver medal

The Hungarian Pavilion at the World Exhibition in Astana awarded with silver medal in its category by both visitors of the exhibition and the professional jury said Mihály Varga Minister of National Economy reacting to the award by the International Exhibition Bureau.

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Hungary's ambassador to the United States meets with President Trump to discuss bilateral relations

Monday, September 11, 2017

Hungary's ambassador to the United States, László Szabó has presented his letter of credence to President Donald Trump during a meeting in the Oval Office at the White House.

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The Ukrainian Education Law created a rarely seen unity among the political parties

Dayka Gábor Hungarian-language secondary school in Ungvár

The new Ukrainian education law is considered unacceptable by the Hungarian parliamentary parties that jointly called on Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to not sign the law.

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Ethnic Hungarian MEP: Slovakia and the Czech republic will let Hungary and Poland down in refugee quota matters

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Ethnic Hungarian MEP Pál Csáky does not share the enthusiasm of the Hungarian government regarding the future of the V4 countries. The politician is quite sure that the Czechs and the Slovaks eventually will back out of the V4 alliance.

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Broken hearted father advises his son who started serving his sentence for people smuggling

Perhaps some readers still remember Gypsy Propagandist Aladár Horváth who a few years ago went to Canada urging the Canadian government to accept more Hungarian gypsies as refugees.

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FM Péter Szijjártó summoned the ambassador of Ukraine in Budapest into the ministry of foreign affairs

Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó summoned the ambassador of Ukraine into the foreign ministry on Monday to personally inform the ambassador that Hungary would block all Ukrainian initiatives aiming to integrate the country into European institutions due to the outrageous language law passed by the parliament preventing ethnic minorities in Ukraine from studying in their mother tongue said Spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Tamás Menczer.

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