After London and Bristol, Dublin has become the westernmost European location where Jobbik established a friendship group last week
Szávay hopes that ultra-nationalist, anti-Hungarian forces will have as little influence on the Serbian political discourse as possible
What does the Hungarian government intend to do to ensure that international conventions be respected with regard to the detention of István Beke and Zoltán Szőcs?
Délhír reported of conditions that would put the North Korean Communist regime to shame
We find it shameful that Ukraine, which is on the road to Europe, has not stopped such blatant attempts to intimidate ethnic minorities and these acts can go unpunished
Jobbik continues to most firmly stand up against any manifestations of injustice, discrimination, intimidation and oppression of the Hungarian communities living beyond our borders
The case of István Szávay's opening a representative office in Vojvodina continues
Discussing the infringement of the rights of the Transylvanian Hungarian community, the meeting was attended by state secretary for national policy, state secretary for foreign affairs as well as the
The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs so far fails to call in the Romanian ambassador, Jobbik will do it
István Szávay explained that his party had proposed to summon the two committees last week because there had been several anti-Hungarian measures taken in Transylvania in recent months.
Gábor Vona initiates summoning a joint and extraordinary meeting of the Hungarian Parliament's Committees on Foreign Affairs and National Cohesion to hear the Romanian ambassador about the series