Let us ask our Polish friends not to walk into a political dead-end

A key foreign policy principle for Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary is to consider Hungarian national sovereignty as a value to be protected in all circumstances. Similarly, we equally respect the decisions made by the parliaments of other countries, regardless of political affiliations or ideological issues.

We believe that the Polish-Hungarian friendship is a historical brotherhood dating back to many centuries, which has bound our nations together even the stormiest eras and which can by no means be identified with the friendship between Fidesz and Poland's Law and Justice Party. It is much more and deeper than that.

Thus we are turning to Poland's governing Law and Justice Party with the sincerity of a good friend and suggest them not to copy Fidesz' erroneous decisions. The past six years in the Hungarian political arena have clearly demonstrated that Fidesz' arrogance and self-importance is a political dead-end street which does not lead to a country of a proud and free nation but to a suffocating, depraved state thereof. Let us ask the Polish government to be wiser and more considerate than the Hungarian leadership and not to follow this wrong course.

 

Jobbik MPs Márton Gyöngyösi and Ádám Mirkóczki