An armed organization of Ukrainian nationalists threatened to apply violent measures to annihilate the activists of supposedly hostile Hungarian organizations and parties operating in the Lower Carpat
In a discussion with Hungarians in New York on Saturday, Jobbik's vice president István Szávay talked about the milestone victory in Tapolca, the alleged opposition within Jobbik and a liveable,
The Hungarian government must declare its opinion on the contents laid out in the strategy for public order protection and public security of the Romanian Ministry of Interior Affairs, and must expres
Just as we did in the past, we will continue to support any measures aiming to help ethnic Hungarian communities to prosper and enforce their rights.
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary finds it outrageous that Dorin Florea, the mayor of Marosvásárhely banned the pro-autonomy demonstrations organized for the Szekler Liberty Day this year.
In its closed session on Tuesday, the national security committee of the Hungarian National Assembly discussed the Ukrainian conflict and the situation of the Hungarian community living in the Lower C
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary is concerned to receive news of a new military mobilization wave as of January 20, in the Lower Carpathian region of Ukraine.
This is an outrageous measure from a government that got into power through a coup d'état orchestrated by Western secret services and which abounds with members that have multiple citizenships.
István Szávay also mentioned that he himself had not learnt of his 5-year ban from Ukraine until he arrived at the border.
Jobbik hopes that Klaus Johannis truly wants to be the president of Romanians as well as the ethnic minorities living in Romania, including the Hungarian community in Transylvania.