Címke: orbán and the world
In his regular Friday morning radio interview, Viktor Orbán mainly talked about the new European Commission – and slammed the failed former President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker.
PM Orbán attended the Visegrad Group (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) and Western Balkans summit in Prague this week. Among the subjects discussed was the composition of the new European Commission.
PM Viktor Orbán spoke of the challenges Europe faces on the Budapest Demographic Summit III.
PM Orbán and Chancellor Angela Merkel marked the 30th anniversary of Pan-European Picnic on Monday.
Sometimes, firm responses are necessary in politics. We have compiled a list of what we have deemed to be the most memorable speeches delivered by PM Orbán.
Again and again left-liberal media outlets accuse Orbán of being an anti-Semite, mainly for voicing criticism against the worldview of George Soros. Here’s why that accusation falls flat on its face.
Here are the highlights of PM Orbán’s speech at Tusványos.
The tradition of Viktor Orbán assessing the political situation of Hungary and Europe has been nurtured since 2002. Let us look at some of his most important speeches.
Thirty years ago, on this day, Imre Nagy, the communist Prime Minister of the era and one of the few who understood that Hungarians had enough of the Soviet rule, was rehabilitated and reburied with full honours. Viktor Orbán’s speech at Imre Nagy’s reburial became a symbol of what Orbán has been standing for these past 30 years and played a key role in the collapse of the Stalinist regime.