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Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán evaluating the year | Szilárd Koszticsák / MTI

Hungarian PM envisions new attacks in 2017

Feb 10, 2017

In his annual 'state of the nation' speech, delivered traditionally in front of his followers, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said Hungary’s main task in 2017 would be fending off five major “attacks” against the country.

Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán (on the right) at the venue of his 2016 annual speech | Szilárd Koszticsák / MTI

Hungarian PM speech focuses on migrant issue

Feb 28, 2016

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán dedicated most his traditional annual speech, delivered in front of his followers, to the issue of migrants, blaming EU leaders for not willing to act properly and stop the flow of people to the European continent.

Csaba Hende | Szilárd Koszticsák / MTI

Hungarian defense minister resigns

Sep 7, 2015

The Government Information Center has said the national defense cabinet was in session on Monday and reviewed the status of the illegal immigrant situation. Following the meeting, Minister of Defence Csaba Hende handed in his resignation to the Prime Minister.

Tibor Navracsics (on the left) and Péter Szijjártó | Foreign Ministry and Lajos Soós /MTI

Hungarian FM resigns, PM nominates replacement

Sep 19, 2014

Hungarian Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Tibor Navracsics submitted his resignation to President János Áder and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. the latter already nominated his former spokesperson Péter Szijjártó, now deputy FM, as the new minister.

The new Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affiars and Trade

New Hungarian Foreign Minister takes office

Jun 9, 2014

With the formation of the new Orbán government, the new foreign minister, Tibor Navracsics took over his new portfolio from the outgoing minister, János Martonyi. The name of the ministry also changes: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán | MTI / Szilárd Koszticsák

Prime Minister names members of new cabinet

May 29, 2014

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has announced the names of his candidates for ministers of his next government in a letter sent to the Speaker of Parliament. Except for three people, the list includes same names as the previous government.

| László Beliczay/MTI

PM Orbán enacted for new term

May 10, 2014

Hungary's new national assembly re-elected Viktor Orbán as prime minister on Saturday, with 130 votes (of his 133-strong 2/3 majority) in favor and 57 (of the 66-member opposition) against, after which he took the oath of office, and addressed Parliament.

Tamás Fellegi | Attila Kovács/MTI

Hungarian National Development minister resigns

Dec 8, 2011

The Hungarian Minister for National Development Tamás Fellegi announced that he had tendered his resignation, asking the prime minister to relieve him of his post so that he has time to perform other important duties.

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