5 April 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared on Kossuth Radio that the Hungarian economy would generate unexpectedly good growth already this year and Hungary is performing better than earlier, although further improvement is required.
5 April 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán presented Mária Degenfeld-Lindner the Hungarian Medal of Honour in Budapest.
28 March 2013
Ukraine is also expected to show rapid economic growth in the future, and Hungary would like take part in this development, Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after meeting his Ukrainian counterpart Mikola Yanovych Azarov in Budapest on Thursday.
27 March 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, accompanied by State Secretary for Sport István Simicskó and Chairman of the Hungarian Swimming Association Tamás Gyárfás, handed over the Hungary’s bid for organising the International Swimming Federation’s (FINA) World Championships in 2021.
23 March 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán inaugurated the new Budapest Music Center in Budapest on Saturday night. The Center includes several studios, an auditorium, music library, information centre, study room, jazz club and restaurant.
22 March 2013
Regarding the critics of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared that the Government listens to everyone, but will not give up Hungarian national sovereignty.
21 March 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared at the Puskás Suzuki Cup, the international football recruitment tournament, that the future of every country is shaped by its youth, and that this reinforces the importance of the Government regarding sports as a priority.
18 March 2013
The Arab world, Jordan included, will be among the winners of global economic changes, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at a Jordanian-Hungarian forum of about 100 businesspeople in Amman on Monday.
15 March 2013
My Respected Compatriots! Please accept my best regards on this, the day of Hungarian freedom. This is the day on which the whole world hears the voice of Hungarian freedom. This voice says that freedom belongs to those who are brave enough to achieve it. We Hungarians have achieved it. The Hungarian peoples have struggled much over the past centuries for this to be possible today.
14 March 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held an international press conference on Thursday in Brussels, where he travelled to participate on a two-day European Council meeting. He emphasised that Hungary is open to discussion regarding the Fourth Amendment, adding that transparency and debate form the basis of European culture.