Jobbik in Europe
The Hungarian government's job is to primarily focus on the interests of the Hungarian national economy rather than those of the European Union and the United States of America
Jobbik welcomes Juncker's decision on the cooperation between the EU and the Eurasian Economic Union
We call upon the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to support the immediate revocation of the anti-Russia sanctions which are currently in force but are against Hungarian and European interests as
Gábor Vona's Facebook post
Poland's new government and Parliament presents the potential for us to jointly develop a Warsaw-led cooperation of Central Eastern European nations, thus promoting our national interests
Jobbik points out that the party fully backs solving the migration crisis outside EU territory, including an agreement to be made with Turkey
Even though Fidesz faction leader Lajos Kósa does question the legitimacy of an EU quota plan in words, he offers a thin explanation for rejecting a referendum on the issue
Jobbik asks the Hungarian government to initiate the amendment of the Lisbon Treaty so that the EU could hold a referendum on the migrant quota system
Not only is the quota system unacceptable for Hungary, it is a dysfunctional structure that is unacceptable for the entire continent, and clearly fails to solve any of the problems.
We should demand the elimination of these reasons so that the people involved in the migration could stay in their own homelands
Jobbik finds it outrageous that the Croatian authorities and government leaders, who made so bold statements before, are now ready to push the migrant wave over to Hungary.