30 April 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán addressed a ceremony on Tuesday, in which the city of Budapest took delivery of new Mercedes Citaro buses, stating that "without a strong and successful capital there isn't a strong and successful Hungary".
28 April 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared at the ceremony marking the completion of the first stage of renovation work on the Romanesque church in Ják, that Europe and Hungary may also be renewed if they manage to focus on the traditions of praying and working, and announced that the Government is providing further financial assistance to renovate the building. Ják Church was built in the 13th century and is one of the most important Romanesque monument in Hungary.
25 April 2013
The Government held an offsite cabinet meeting in Kémes, South Hungary to gain information about the status and economic prospects of Baranya County.
24 April 2013
Developing a labour-based economy will be key to boosting living standards in the country, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Wednesday.
21 April 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared before young economists in Sarlóspuszta at an economic conference of the Developing Enterprises Association that in the economic crisis and structural transformation, the opportunities available to Hungary should be considered.
20 April 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán gave an interview to Spanish daily El Mundo, in which he talked about the importance of Christian values in society, the ethnic and religious minorities as constructive elements of the state, and the necessity of more just treatment for Hungary on the part of the European Union.
19 April 2013
Further to the conclusion of a strategic partnership agreement with Danish company Lego on 15 April, Primer Minister Viktor Orbán today inaugurated and laid the cornerstone of the company’s new factory in the north-eastern Hungarian city of Nyiregyháza.
19 April 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared on Kossuth Radio that the Hungarian Government faces criticism in the European Parliament while there are no concrete concerns.
18 April 2013
The Government is succeeding in reigniting industry and Hungary's goal to thrive from labour and production is viable, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Thursday.
16 April 2013
International press reports on Hungary's fourth constitutional amendment are misleading, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Strasbourg, where he attended a European People’s Party (EPP) group meeting on Tuesday. Following the meeting, he travelled to London to attend Margaret Thatcher's funeral ceremony.