Hungary’s FM: ‘Only Hungarians can decide whom we allow to our country’

The EU doesn’t know how to deal with its member Hungary, where the strong prime minister, Orban, dares to defy Brussels’ vision for the future. How will Hungary hold up under pressure and how will this dispute shape the EU? Foreign minister of the country, Péter Szijjártó talks to Sophie Shevardnadze on SophieCo

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Macron and Orban hold bilateral talks in Sofia

French President Emmanuel Macron and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban hold bilateral talks in Sofia as European Union leaders meet their Balkan counterparts to hold out the promise of closer links to counter Russian influence, while steering clear of openly offering them membership. IMAGES

EU’s Juncker ‘will congratulate’ Orban on Hungary election win

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker will write to Hungary’s Viktor Orban to congratulate him on his “clear victory” in parliamentary elections and will hold telephone talks with Orban tomorrow, says the EU Commission spokesperson at a briefing in Brussels. SOUNDBITE

Netanyahu and Orban meet in Budapest

Benjamin Netanyahu becomes the first Israeli prime minister to visit Hungary since the end of communism, amid claims that premier Viktor Orban is stoking anti-Semitism with attacks on liberal philanthropist George Soros. IMAGES

Putin, Orban speak to media in Budapest

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban are holding a joint news conference following their talks in Budapest, Hungary. According to Putin’s top foreign policy aide, Yury Ushakov, talks are to focus on “developing economic ties” between the two countries.

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