There will continue to be struggles in the future, but Central Europeans will stand up for one another
In an interview with Hungarian news channel M1 on Tuesday, after a meeting of the European Council which decided on the allocation of leadership posts for the institutions of the European Union, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that grave errors have been made in the European Union over the past few years. He said that all of these errors must be corrected.
Environment ministers met for the last Council meeting under the Romanian Presidency
On 26 June, environment ministers discussed, amongst others water reuse, chemicals and climate change when meeting in Luxemburg for the last Environment Council under the Romanian Presidency.
“Weber and Co.” have failed: the Hungarian people did not want them
In Brussels on Friday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told journalists that Manfred Weber and Frans Timmermans have failed in their bids to become President of the European Commission. He described this as good news for Hungary, because the Hungarian people did not want them.
Health ministers discussed how to promote investments in Health
On 14 June 2019, Ildikó Horváth minister of state for health participated at the health EPSCO Council, where the delegations held policy debate on how to promote investments from EU funds with the aim of transforming and improving health systems.
At the Transport Council of 6 June 2019 Hungary and several other Member States plea for adopting measures strengthening EU road transport
Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Latvia have joined together in drawing attention to potential negative impacts that the new European legislation may have for the European hauliers and the competitiveness of road transport.