Hungary and its Vital Leadership in Europe …in NATO and in the World. The Land with the closest ties with the United States of America
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the official state celebration held in Kossuth Lajos Square in Budapest on Sunday to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the 1956 Revolution and Freedom Fight. October 23, 2016 ©The Prime Minister’s Office.
Articles in November 2016:
November 10 2016
A better World to come with new President a view by Hungarian Government.
November 24 2016
NATO’s new Force Integration Unit in Hungary
With the Military and official representatives from both sides, the NATO Force Integration Unit (NFIU) in Székesfehérvár- Hungary has been inaugurated on November 18th. NATO Force Integration Unit (NFIU) is part of Allied collective defence to facilitate the rapid deployment of NATO Forces, currently with 6 headquarters based in: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania. Hungary and Slovakia jointed NFIU in 2016.
November 21, 2016 © US Mission to NATO
Attending the inauguration ceremony the Representative of NATO Secretary General Mr. Herold expressed his gratitude to Hungary for the vital role and contributions that has been providing to Alliance Security.
Sources: NATO Public Affairs Office
By Catherine Stella Schmidt
November 25 2016
U.S President-elect Donald Trump thanked Hungary
“During his telephone conversation with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the United States President-elect Donald Trump expressed his thanks to Hungary’s support. The President-elect also expressed that he has a great respect for Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Hungarian economy. And he is looking forward to working together with the Hungarian Prime Minister.” Stated Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó, at the press conference . November 25 2016 © MFA of Hungary
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- The United Kingdom and Hungary an Enduring Partnership
- Communism was an insane idea PM Viktor Orbán speech during the commemoration of Hungarian memorial Day November 2015
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- News from the Armed-Forces of Hungary
By Catherine Stella Schmidt
November 14 2016
The United Kingdom and Hungary an Enduring Partnership
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of Hungary visited UK and met with Prime Minister Theresa May on November 9th. The two leaders’ discussion aimed to strengthen the bilateral partnership of the United Kingdom and Hungary.
London November 9, 2016 ©PM Theresa May’s office
Both countries ensured the continuation of Right and Protection of Hungarian and UK citizens after the activation of article 50 next year.
PM Viktor Orbán spoke also on the result of the U.S presidential election and the victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump by elaborating that the World has always benefited whenever it has managed to release itself from the captivity of currently dominant ideological trends. November 9 2016 © PM Viktor Orbán office
Described by the PM Theresa May’s spokesperson:
…………“The leaders noted the strength of the bilateral relationship between the UK and Hungary, and that this would continue once the UK had left the EU.”
“They discussed the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and the Prime Minister reaffirmed that she wants and expects to protect the status of EU nationals, but that British citizens’ rights in European member states must be protected in return.” November 9, 2016 © PM’s Theresa May’s office.
- Additional: The Government of Hungary congratulates Donald Trump on his victory
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- UK and Hungary, by UK Foreign Office
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- UK Embassy in Budapest
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By Catherine Stella Schmidt
Hungary and its Vital Leadership in Defending Europe and the Balkan States
Hungary would primarily allocate Funds towards the Defence efforts of the Balkan Countries against illegal migration. March 10,2016 © The Office of Prime Minister Continue to read
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Hungary is one of the most stable European States
“ Hungary is now one of Europe’s most Stable Countries”, highlighted Prime Minister Viktor Orbán
“…..in general Europeans have successfully shrugged off censorship, and it has emerged that, on the subject of Hungarian Border Protection Policy, many more people on the Continent agree with Hungary than are against it. Today Hungary’s standpoint is the standpoint of the majority of people in Europe, and Europeans cannot understand why their governments are not doing the same as Hungary’s government is doing” highlighted Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in the Parliament. February 2106 ©The Office of Prime Minister Orbán
Continue to read the Prime Minister’s Speech at the Hungarian National Assembly
“As it is greatly audible that the Policy of some of EU States in regard with European Security is outdated, irrelevant –that is neither applicable any more to the challenges of 2016 and beyond– nor effective in a real time.
Europe needs a Strong and Coherent Border Security Policy, as many EU Leaders have been voicing for a long time. From every aspects of Political science, it is time for Europe to go beyond its old orbit and move…… into the belated Realm of Multifaceted EU Reform, notably –also on the Security of its Border fronts.” (by Editor)
Hungary the Ideal Land for Investment
Hungarian Foreign Trade sector reached the highest surplus in a decade already in August 2015
“The value of both Hungarian exports and imports in the month of August 2015 grew by 6.2 percent, and thus the foreign trade sector posted a surplus of EUR 25 million in comparison to the corresponding period of the previous year. In the initial eight months of the year, the value of Exports and Imports increased in Euro terms by 7.4 percent to EUR 59.4bn and by 5.6 percent to EUR 54.1bn, respectively, year-on-year. Thus, the sector’s surplus was up by EUR 1 214 million.” 15 October 2015 ©Ministry for National Economy
Read the report from the Ministry of National Economy Hungarian Foreign Trade sector reached the Highest surplus in a decade already in August 2015
In line with the informal guidelines of the European Commission and in accordance with the MoU concluded with the EBRD the Government has submitted to parliament an amendment on bank tax. Bank Tax rate lowered as of 1 January 2016 ©Ministry for National Economy
Press release by the Ministry of National Economy, 10 December 2015 Foreign Trade surplus may reach an all-time High of EUR 7.5-8bn this year in Hungary
Prime Minister Orbán, attended on Saturday on the Commemoration ceremony for Memorial Day for ‘the Hungarian Political Prisoners and Forced Lanourers’ Transported to Soviet Union.
Excerpt of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s speech at the ceremony of Memorial Day
“….that many hundreds of thousands of Hungarians from all over the Carpathian Basin – prisoners of war, civilians and political prisoners – were deported to Gulag camps.”
….. those deported between 1944 and 1948 only one fifth survived the hardships of the camps. All this was created by an insane idea born in Europe.”
“No one today disputes that, similar to National Socialism, Communism was also an insane idea, and no one disputes the crimes of Communism – but you know only too well what a long and difficult road it was to get this far.” ©The Office of Prime Minister
Read Prime Minister’s Speech: Communism was an insane idea
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán
19 November 2015 ©NATO
16 November 2015
The Prime Minister Speech on the tragedy of Paris ” The EU has been attacked”
16 November 2015 ©The Office of Prime Minister
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