Jobbik in the Europe
Vona: From the Baltic States to the Adriatic coast, there is a common feeling, a common fate and a common desire to act across the nations of Eastern Central Europe
EU’s development policies in fact favour Western countries instead of Eastern Central Europe, so the region needs a new development strategy
The largest Hungarian opposition party has been seeking allies in Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Poland, Estonia and Latvia
Jobbik MEPs rejected the deal because it endangers the Union’s environmental and food safety norms, labour achievements as well as the sustainable European agriculture
Juncker's deputy is aware of what happens to Transylvanian Hungarians
Márton Gyöngyösi in the Council of Europe
Jobbik finds it unacceptable that the president of VHA could not mention one single fact to support his statements.