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Local Opinion: High School Students Demonstrate For Education Reforms
A student in the leading pro-government daily claims that high school students who demand the reform of the education system have no credible ideas and serve the interest of the opposition parties. A left-wing columnist, on the other hand, finds the students’ demands legitimate and reasonable. more »
Szijjártó: Libya’s Instability Risk For Europe’s Security
Until there is unity and stability in Libya and the protection of its southern border is taken care of, Europe’s security is at serious risk, the Hungarian foreign minister said on the sidelines of a meeting with his EU counterparts in Brussels. more »
Viktor Orbán: ‘Stop Soros’ Laws To Open New Chapter
The government’s “Stop Soros” migration proposals will “create a new situation” in which “all, including George Soros can decide if they stop or continue organising and supporting illegal migration”, the prime minister told public Kossuth Radio on Friday morning. more »

Hungarians Working Abroad Favor Austria, Germany

Hungarians Working Abroad Favor Austria, Germany
The number of Hungarians working abroad is about 300,000, with most of them working in Austria. Compared to neighboring countries, this is a low number, Piroska Szalai, advisor at the Ministry of National Economy told daily Magyar Idők. more »

Szijjártó: Hungary Has Not Accepted Any Migrants

Szijjártó: Hungary Has Not Accepted Any Migrants
Hungary has not accepted and will not take in any migrants, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in an interview to Saturday’s issue of daily Magyar Hírlap, emphasising the difference between accepting refugees based on the Geneva Refugee Convention and illegal mass immigration. more »

PM Advisor: New US Ambassador To Hungary Could Take Up Post In Spring

PM Advisor: New US Ambassador To Hungary Could Take Up Post In Spring
The new United States ambassador to Hungary could arrive in Budapest by late spring or early summer, the prime minister’s chief advisor for American affairs told news portal over the weekend. It is hard to predict exactly when the US Senate will approve the appointment of the ambassadorial candidate, who will first have to face a confirmation hearing, Jenő Megyesy said in an interview marking the first anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. more »