1 April 2015
It is rational to establish close cooperation with Kazakhstan, since it is one of the world’s most rapidly developing countries, the Prime Minister said in the Kazakh capital Astana on Wednesday.
31 March 2015
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has discharged the Director General of the Constitution Protection Office, with effect from 31 March.
30 March 2015
The public will be informed of which state background institutions had financial links with brokerage firms, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said during a questions and answers session in Parliament on Monday.
30 March 2015
The Deputy Prime Minister of Slovakia Miroslav Lajčák – who also serves as Minister of Foreign Affairs – was received by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday morning, Press Chief of the Prime Minister’s Office Bertalan Havasi has told miniszterelnok.hu.
27 March 2015
According to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the brokerage scandal has shown that Hungary lacks a treasury system which is able to ensure appropriate conditions and security for the “parking” of public money, including the funds of local governments.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán offers his sympathy to the Germany Chancellor and the Spanish Prime Minister
24 March 2015
Being informed about the Germanwings plane crash, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán expressed his sympathy to the German Chancellor and the Spanish Prime Minister in a telegraph – Press Chief of the Prime Minister’s Office told MTI on Tuesday.
23 March 2015
Based on a proposal by Fidesz, assets of companies involved in the brokerage scandal would be collected within a damages fund; such assets would include personal assets of brokers, members of supervisory boards, auditors and others who have “abused their powers”. Victims of the scandal would then be reimbursed from this fund, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told national television channel M1 on Monday.
20 March 2015
The price of energy is of the utmost significance from the Hungarian viewpoint, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stressed after the summit of the heads of states and prime ministers of the Member States of the European Union.
19 March 2015
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is attending the two-day summit of the European Union in Brussels. According to the Press Chief of the Prime Minister’s Office Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister held informal discussions on Thursday in Brussels with the cabinet members of the Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, Tibor Navracsics.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán congratulated Prime Minister Netanyahu on his victory and invited him to Hungary
19 March 2015
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán congratulated Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu on his party’s victory at the last elections in a letter.