Jobbik in the Europe
On Sunday, the village of Szentlászló (Laslovo), which had become the symbol of the Hungarian-Croatian alliance consecrated with blood, was the scene of a joint commemoration ceremony for the local he
Márton Gyöngyösi says Ukraine's "territorial integrity", which Western countries and unfortunately, the Hungarian diplomatic corps keep repeating subserviently is nothing but an illusio
Jobbik will continue to do its best to prevent Hungary's strategic energy related interests being overruled by current, short-term political goals.
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary respects the elections held in the Donetsk and Lugansk Oblasts as well as their outcome, even though the circumstances of voting were not ideal due to the armed co
Jobbik rejects EP interference in Russia's internal affairs On October 23, the European Parliament passed a resolution to urge the withdrawal of the lawsuit against a Russian civil rights organ
Jobbik: International organizations should investigate ukrainian war crimes and atrocities against unarmed civilians
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary is gravely concerned to receive news about the civilian victims of the clashes in the Donieck and Luhansk area, with special regard to the fact that several recent
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary regrets to be informed that the forces struggling for Scottish independence could not achieve a sovereign Scotland at the referendum held yesterday - wrote Márton
OSCE confirms that Jobbik was not ensured equal conditions in the Hungarian parliamentary election campaign.
Jobbik MP Márton Gyöngyösi also expressed his views in the debate, saying that the opinions presenting Ukraine as the victim of Russian aggression were unilateral.
Gyöngyösi wanted to know what in Ilham Aliyev's opinion could prompt the international community to take practical steps instead of issuing communiqués, so that the international conflict on Nago